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Organizational psychology is a branch of psychology that deals with the mental aspect behind working. According to Father Francis Aning Amoah of Falls Church, VA, this includes but isn’t limited to hiring practices, employee training and development, effective management strategies, and even ways to deal with stressful work environments.

“Becoming a priest is a lifetime commitment to share the love of God with as many people as you can reach. You do this through ministering and through setting an example by your own behavior. When you are a priest, you are held to a certain standard and you have to be aware of who you are and who you represent.”

Organizational psychology is concerned more with management issues than with individual behavior at work. Organizational psychologists apply psychological theories and principles to personnel issues to improve productivity, motivation, satisfaction, job performance, etc.

FALLS CHURCH, VA / ACCESSWIRE / October 22, 2021 / It is with great enthusiasm that lifelong priest and Ph.D. holder Father Francis Aning Amoah announces that he is the subject of a new, in-depth interview. The interview was conducted by a freelance journalist on behalf of an online periodical that concentrates on matters of physical and mental health and wellness.

“Becoming a priest is a lifetime commitment to share the love of God with as many people as you can reach. You do this through ministering and through setting an example by your own behavior. When you are a priest, you are held to a certain standard and you have to be aware of who you are and who you represent.”

Organizational psychology is concerned more with management issues than with individual behavior at work. Organizational psychologists apply psychological theories and principles to personnel issues to improve productivity, motivation, satisfaction, job performance, etc.