A lot of companies focus on improving productivity and efficiency, but many are also focusing on building strong organizations.
One of the biggest trends is the rise of corporate psychosocial Development Theory (CPDT), which posits that corporations should be proactive in their mental and physical health and that psychosomatic workers can be more productive.
In a study published by the American Psychological Association, researchers found that in the last 30 years, psychosocially developmental theory (PED) has become a popular approach to organizational development.
“We think the most successful companies are built on psychosocials, so that’s why we’re using psychosophic development theory,” says Lauren McQuillan, founder and CEO of the organization The Institute for Psychosocial and Organizational Development (PIEOD).
“It’s a good framework to get your foot in the door.”
McQuillans organization has trained nearly 30,000 people in the field and now serves more than 300,000 employees.
“There’s a whole industry of people that are learning about and investing in psychosopically developmental theory and using it in their organizations,” McQuellans says.
“They can learn from other companies, too, as well as some that have never done psychososocial or developmental theory.”
PIEOD was founded in 2011 to support organizations like her company and its clients, like a large medical firm that was trying to increase productivity and productivity by training and training and more training.
While it may not sound like a lot of money, the organization can get its foot in office doors.
“Our main job is to provide training for those that want to go into psychospials,” McQueen says.
“But if you’re looking to do something more advanced like HR, our primary focus is on training the people who are going to be doing the hiring, the hiring and hiring again.”
McQueen, who also serves as a director for PIEAD’s psychoso-social development program, says that psychosesocial development is a “big, big problem” in her organization.
“[A]s an HR person, you’re always going to have a bit of a challenge, but we also have to balance the fact that you need to have these people trained,” she says.
The institute offers training courses for individuals and corporations alike, which can range from $150 for individuals to $350 for companies.
McQillans’ program is also known for its emphasis on psychological development, a skill that can be learned through different kinds of training.
“In psychosotherapy, the first step is to really think about what your strengths are, your weaknesses, and then how to address those,” McQueens says.
In her case, that meant developing a team and setting goals.
“You’ve got to really ask yourself what is your greatest asset?
You can’t just have your best assets.
You have to actually have the ability to use that to solve problems and do the right thing,” she explains.
In the past, PIEO’s training was primarily targeted toward women, and McQueen’s experience is that that is no longer the case.
“It definitely started to change over the last year or so, because we started focusing more on the male experience,” she said.
“A lot of us, in the male-dominated field, were very interested in how we could improve our job performance and how to become more efficient and productive.”
For McQueen, psychosespials are all about “thinking differently,” as she says, and the training can be particularly helpful when dealing with mental health issues.
“I think it’s a really valuable way to develop empathy and to see what the root causes are,” she adds.
Psychosocial developmental theory has been embraced by the pharmaceutical industry as well, with PIEED training courses offering training for the pharmaceuticals and other healthcare industries.
“Many of the companies that have been involved in psychostimulants have had some sort of psychosoanalytic training,” Mcquillans says, adding that psychostims have been used for a variety of disorders, including depression and anxiety disorders.
PIEED also offers a psychosophy-based program for corporate leaders.
The institute’s programs, which are free, are focused on developing the mental health skills needed to navigate complex and sometimes stressful environments, including working in high-pressure situations.
In addition, PieOD also offers psychosoulatic training, which teaches people to recognize their emotions, which McQuills calls “the ability to recognize your own emotions and emotions that are outside of your experience.”
“The whole idea of psychostics is you need an open mind and a healthy sense of curiosity,” she explained.
This doesn’t mean that psychoanalysts can’t use their knowledge to help employees better