JCU Success Workshop: Motivating Yourself and Others
It can be a challenge to stay motivated in academic and professional life. As you progress in your career, this challenges may be extended to motivating others in a formal or informal leadership role. This two-part seminar uses psychological theories to reveal the secret methods of motivating yourself and others.
22nd Sep 2020 and 23rd Sep 2020
|Dr. Jonathan Edward Ramsay |
Academic Head, Social and Health Science
Originally from the United Kingdom, Dr Jonathan Ramsay came to Asia in 2009 and is now a Senior Lecturer of Psychology and Head of Academic Group at James Cook University, Singapore. He received a PhD in psychology from Nanyang Technological University in 2014, and a BA in psychology and physiology from the University of Oxford in 2005. Prior to joining JCU he was a Lecturer and then a Senior Lecturer at the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS).
His research interests span areas of personality and social psychology, with a particular emphasis on the psychology of religion (including the consequences of religious belief and non-belief) and the relationships between personality, attitudes, and well-being. His current research projects examine the way religious individuals explain daily events, as well as individual differences in the relationship between subjective authenticity and well-being.
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