Journal of Managerial Psychology
J Manag Psychol
Understanding the individual is seen more than ever before as vital to understanding work behaviour. This perception is accompanied by a growing demand among managers and management thinkers for the insights offered by psychology. Although managers often receive extensive training in technical areas of their work, dealing with people is assumed to be a natural gift. The Journal of Managerial Psychology deals with the human resource aspects of managing and providing an understanding of psychology to equip managers better to deal with personnel situations. This journal draws on the latest theories, research findings and case studies to throw new light on the behaviour of individuals and groups within the work environment. The results of research, applied to managers in organizations, often show themselves in areas such as improved motivation, better communication, more effective management of conflict and lower stress levels.
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