|Date and Time||4 August 2021 (Wed) 10:00 am – 12:00 nn|
|Activity Title||Organizational behavior and me: How to apply organizational behavior theories in everyday life|
|Form of Activity||Demo lecture, game, discussion, and student sharing|
|Medium of Instruction||Cantonese supplemented with English|
|Description and Rundown||How do managers increase leadership effectiveness by understanding organizational behavior? How could we apply concepts of organizational behavior in our daily lives to help us solve problems?
Concepts in organizational behaviors do not only help managers to achieve good results in companies. Many of these concepts are related to our daily lives. For example, we can apply “motivation theories” in our personal planning to improve our performance in different aspects.
Through demo lecture, game and discussion, participants will learn basic concepts of organizational behavior and its applications in the workplace.
|Introduction to Instructor(s)||Dr. Noel WONG
Department of Management
Dr. Wong obtained her PhD in Management at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. She also holds an M.Phil. degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Before pursuing the PhD degree, she worked in a consulting company to provide training and assessment for leaders in multinational companies. Her research interest includes prosocial motivation and time perspective.
|School / Department||Department of Management – School of Business|
|Related Undergraduate Programme(s)||Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Global Business Management
Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Human Resource Management
Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Management