|Face-to-Face||Starts March 17, 2021||2 days|
While the origins of the concept of ‘the psychological contract’ can be traced to the 1960s, the idea gained widespread currency in the academic and research fields of organisational psychology
The course seeks to introduce the concept by: defining psychological contract, identifying what is normally thought to be contained in one, explaining the different types of psychological contract, explaining why the concept is so popular and highlighting some potential problems with the concept. The implications of psychological contracts for management, leadership and organisations are considered as part of the main features of this overview.
This course should enable students to learn and be skilled at;