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I am a DGM training with a BPO and wish to enhance my career. I am planning to do masters in Psychology, but would need advice if that would add up to my career if I wish to stay in the management role and in the training function. Will this really add value to my profile.
Please advise

From India, Delhi
Yes. MA in Psychology will help you to understand the various aspects of human behavior and dynamics. It is a good choice.
From India, Delhi
Dear Pooja
As DGM Training you can do wonders by doing further
1.SAP and related
2.PG Diploma in Training & Development from ISTD -New Delhi
3.NLP
4.Hypnotism
5.Extra training programs
If you do Psychology your training spirit will be diluted
Regartds
Dr.G.V.Kumar
Psychologist & Corporate Trainer since 1983
09444144510 /

From India, Madras
Pooja, I would go by GVkumaar recommendation. Explore short programs as well that require focused commitment and gives a wide range of perspective.
explore these certifications that allow inclass participation as well and not only distance learning.
Best Wishes
Pankaj Dcosta

From India, Mumbai
hi pooja
you can also opt for MHROD it has a full unit of ORGANISATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY and the course is specially structured for HRs and ODs.
but i am not aware of the scope, asking for experts for the same.
thanks

From India, Delhi
dear you should acquire degree in applied psychology or behavioural science , so it will add more strength and sharp the edge of your profession.
From India, Kota
Thank you Satish for your suggestion. I have done BCA from IGNOU in my grad. Which University do you suggest, I should go with for Applied Psychology and do you recommend MA or MSC?
From India, Delhi
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