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How the psychology of sports can enhance your performance in management and work
Michael Bar-Eli, Ph.D.
Though we’re taught to think “rationally” about solving problems, without “irrationality” we’d be doomed to failure.
Subjective perception and interpretation are imperative to understanding and assessing human behavior and performance—both others’ and our own.
A problematic relationship continues to persist in psychology between hypothetical constructs and operational definitions.
Imagery techniques should consistently be used during downtime to enhance our performance of daily tasks.
Though a moral quandary may exist, paradoxical reframing techniques often rely on “bending the truth.”
With an abundance of talent, maybe establishing a team hierarchy is the wrong approach.
Michael Bar-Eli, Ph.D., is chair of the Business Administration Department and the Nat Holman chair in sports research at the faculty of business and management, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel.