Thalma Lobel is a professor of Psychology at the school of
psychological sciences at Tel Aviv University, where she was the Chair of the School of Psychological
science, the director of the child development Center, a member of the
executive board, and the Dean of students. She has also been a visiting
professor at Harvard and a visiting scholar at Tufts, the University of
California San Diego, and New York University.
Her new book is titled:
Whatever Works: The Small Cues That Make a
Surprising Difference in Our Success at Work- and How to Create a Happier
Office, will be released by BenBella
Books on July 14 2020.
“Simple, accessible, profound . . .
a blueprint for increasing levels of happiness, health, as well as success.”—
New York Times bestselling author of
Works, psychologist Thalma Lobel shares the surprising and unexpected ways
small tweaks can have a big impact on our performance and success at work as
well as our general job satisfaction. Fun, practical, and important!
"Guy Winch, author of
Emotional First Aid
This will definitely be a best seller!.
Furnham, author of
50 Psychology Ideas
You Really Need to Know