Organizational psychology focuses mainly on taking care of corporate interests and the needs of employees. This seeks to provide a better life and better conditions for employees in their companies to help them be more productive and effective in their organization. This article focuses on how the organization is practicing the psychology of training and motivation for the growth of the organization. This study was undertaken with the employees working in different organizations. The main focus is how organizational psychology creates an impact on the performance of the organization. The sample size for the study is 40 employees and the researcher used descriptive research. Non-random sampling method was used and the data was collected through convenience sampling techniques. The primary data was collected from the respondents through the questionnaire. In this research, many participants agreed that motivation and training affect the employees’ performance. The outcomes revealed that organizational psychology has many roles in the participants’ organizations such as increasing the performance, the productivity, the efficiency of the employees and many others.
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