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Psychology and Business

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Find out more about psychology and business programs, what they contain, where you can take them, what the prospects are after completion, and more ...
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Psychology and Business Degree Programs

Psychology and Business Degree Programs | Business Futures | Scoop.it
Find out more about using psychology in business and locate suitable psychology and business programs online and on campus to help you find out more about this fascinating and rewarding area.

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13 Ways of Looking at a Leader

13 Ways of Looking at a Leader | Business Futures | Scoop.it
Want to be a better leader? Or find management inspiration, at least? Here you can learn from a baker's dozen of the most prevalent types.
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Aug 14 - Minding Psychology: A Weekly Update

Aug 14 - Minding Psychology: A Weekly Update | Business Futures | Scoop.it

This weekly newspaper brings updates on what's happening in psychology, in particular sharing resources designed to increase our knowledge of the field.

Read and subscribe free at:  http://paper.li/NattyStewart24/1327249950


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BPS OPerfectionists worry away the benefits of a break from work

BPS OPerfectionists worry away the benefits of a break from work | Business Futures | Scoop.it

Go on, have a few days off. Take a week - you've certainly earned it! Clear your mind, take a break - things will tick over til you return...

Easier said than done, of course. But respites from work are valuable, replenishing resources and preventing negative loads (mental fatigue, adrenaline build-up) spiralling out of control. Sadly, the positive gloss of the holiday itself tends to slip quickly when we return to work - a 'fade-out effect' described well in this Psychologist article. What makes you more likely to fall prey to the fade-out? The quest for perfection, new research suggests.


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