Minority Owned Small Business (MOSB)
 

NAICS

 

  • 541611 – Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services

  • 541612 – Human Resources Services

  • 541618 – Other Management Consulting Services

  • 541690 – Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services

  • 541720 – Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities

  • 541990 – All Other Support Services

  • 561110 – Other Admin Services

  • 561499 – All Other Business Support Services

  • 561990 – All Other Support Services

  • 611430 – Professional and Management Development Training

  • 611710 – Educational Support Services

 

Baltimore MD United States

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Lemonds LaCour Research Group (LLRG), LLC is a certified Minority- Owned Small Business (MOSB) that provides professional services to organizations in the DoD, Federal, Commercial, non - profit and for-profit sectors. LLRG professional consultants provide management consulting and administrative support services. We assist our customers with their strategic direction, implementation, and evaluation efforts that enable a more effective organization; process efficiency, strengthen workforce, and cost savings.

Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Organizational Research
Human Systems Dynamics
 

aboutus

Industrial-organizational psychology is the branch of psychology that applies psychological theories and principles to organizations. Often referred to as I-O psychology, this field focuses on increasing workplace productivity and related issues such as the physical and mental well-being of employees.

 

Industrial-organizational psychologists perform a wide variety of tasks, including studying worker attitudes and behavior, evaluating companies, and conducting leadership training. The overall goal of this field is to study and understand human behavior in the workplace.

 

LLrG offers clients specialized knowledge and training in the science of behavior in the workplace requires in-depth knowledge of organizational development, attitudes, career development, decision theory, human performance and human factors, consumer behavior, small group theory and process, criterion theory and development, job and task analysis and individual assessment.

 

In addition, the specialty of industrial-organizational psychology requires knowledge of ethical considerations as well as statutory, administrative, and case law and executive orders as related to activities in the workplace.