Role of socio-psychological training in overcoming organizational conflicts

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Abstract

The paper presents the curriculum of socio-psychological training “Overcoming behavior in case of organizational conflicts”. It has been developed following the results of performed study, demonstrating that such personal features as time perspective, resilience, self-efficiency, achievement motivation and affiliation motivation as well as level of subjective control play key role in overcoming the organizational conflict.

General Information

Keywords: socio-psychological training, organizational conflict, overcoming, personal features

Publication rubric: Psychology in social management, human resources, organizational development

Article type: scientific article

For citation: Khachaturova M.R. Role of socio-psychological training in overcoming organizational conflicts [Elektronnyi resurs]. Socio-economic and psychological problems of management,

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Milana R. Khachaturova, PhD in Psychology, associate professor, department of general and experimental psychology, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2392-2975, e-mail: mhachaturova@hse.ru

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