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Leadership and Team Building (PSIO 5203): Societies

The course will also cover the major approaches to leadership in a way that illustrates how to be a leader in any position in an organization.

Societies

 

 American Psychological Association 

APA is the leading scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States, with more than 122,000 researchers, educators, clinicians, consultants, and students.

British Psychological Society 

The British Psychological Society is the representative body for psychology and psychologists in the UK, and it is responsible for the promotion of excellence and ethical practice in the scientific, educational, and practical applications of the discipline.

Australian Psychological Society 

The APS is the largest professional body representing psychologists in Australia. It has a code of ethics that APS members must agree to abide by and a recommendation of appropriate fees charged for services.

Dutch Association of Psychologists 

The representation of the individual and collective interests of psychologists forms the core business of the services provided by the Dutch Association of Psychologists (NIP).

Asian Association of Social Psychology 

The Asian Association of Social Psychology promotes research on Asian traditions, philosophies, and ideas that have scientific merit and practical applications, and expands the boundary, substance, and direction of social psychology by supplementing and integrating Western psychology’s focus on intra-individual processes with a broader and more holistic view from culture and society.

PPA | Pakistan Psychological Association

Pakistan Psychological Society 

Pakistan Psychological Association (PPA) is the only Academic and Professional Organization of Pakistani Psychologists. It was established in March 1968 at Dhaka, by a Convention specially called for this purpose. PPA has a membership of several hundred qualified Pakistani Psychologists working in various fields of life, including College and University Teaching, Clinical Practice, Counseling, Provincial and Federal Public Service Commissions Organizations, NGOs, Health departments, and the Armed Forces.