Psychological Needs

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Summary of: Savickaite-Kazlauske, E. (2020). An amalgamated potential model to fulfill employees’ psychological needs and develop inner resources. International Journal of Business and Economic Development, 1(5), 26-34. Background & Theory: The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a wide variety of questions into the workplace, one of which being how leadership can meet employee psychological needs in...

Understanding conflict in the Workplace

Summary of: Morelli, S. A., Torre, J. B., & Eisenberger, N. I. (2014). The neural bases of feeling understood and not understood. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 9(12), 1890-1896. Background & Theory This article focuses around how the brain and neural pathways function when individuals feel understood versus when they feel misunderstood. Studies have shown...

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Summary of: Thomas Gries & Veronika Müller, 2020. “Conflict Economics and Psychological Human Needs,” Working Papers CIE 135, Paderborn University, CIE Center for International Economics. Background & Theory The basic approach in conflict economics, to explain motives and conditions for civil strife, is based on the assumption of choice. Wars, civil conflicts, or terrorism are thus analyzed...

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Summary of: Azam, A., & Rehman, S. (2018). Assessing human needs theory: An approach to conflict resolution. The Nucleus, 55(3), 128-132. Retrieved from http://thenucleuspak.org.pk/index.php/Nucleus/article/view/404. Background & Theory This article explores the concept that while John Burton’s Human Needs Theory has laid the groundwork for understanding conflict causes, it is not all-encompassing. Additionally, while identifying causes...

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Summary of: Sadaf, Q., Aziz, M., and Anjum, G., “Role of organizational culture in psychological needs satisfaction and work engagement” (2019). Business Review: (2019) 14(1), 1-16. Background & Theory: Past studies have established the precept that psychological needs play a large role in influencing employee perception of work. Specifically, these studies have suggested that employees...

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Summary of: Canady, V., “MHA survey addresses psychological needs of the workforce” (2020). Mental Health Weekly, Volume 30, Issue 5. 4-5. Background & Theory: Past surveys by Mental Health America (MHA) have been helpful in revealing that a company culture that is safe and includes open communication is correlated to employee motivation, confidence, and pride....

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La Cantera Resort and Spa is in hot water — and it’s not from the heat in Texas. According to the EEOC, the resort reportedly hired new managers who ended up being verbally abusive to at least 25 Hispanic La Cantera employees because of their national origin. What Happened? The managers allegedly outright banned employees...

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