bus610 week 2 dq
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Date Created: 11/14/15
F The fact that cognitive skills can be measured and noncognitive skills are simply monitored the way that they relate to emotional intelligence EI differ slightly In my personal opinion cognitive skills are not what it takes to deal with emotional intelligence which is made up of the following five dimensions self awareness selfmanagement selfmotivation and empathy all of which can not be measured That is why I believe that in order to deal with E1 our noncognitive skills come into play The act of dealing in social settings feeling what others feel and having the ability to see that someone truly does not believe in their self is a skill that most managers need In order to see that someone does not see what you see in them and be able to pull that out of them goes a long way in managing Here is a little bit of history of one of my mentors me and a coworker did not get along we did not really like each other We both applied for a promotion needless to say we were both hired and made to work together and to both of us doubting that this would work you would be amazed today that we are the best of friends and we built together one of the most successful teams in the company That mentor saw things in us that we could not see and were able to motivate us to work together and bring about what no one thought we as a team were capable of doing That is what E1 is about the cognitive skills like memory listening and speaking are not necessarily the skills needed to see someone s emotions There are a few differences between Maslow and Alderfer s theories to begin the ERG theory was created by combining what Maslow had broken into ve different needs The ERG took Maslow s first two needs and covered them under his Existence need and the next two he covered with his Relatedness Needs and then he took some of the fourth and all of the fifth need from Maslow s and cover those in his Growth Need So the list consist of the same items that need to satisfied but they described them differently and the fact that Maslow believed that the needs went in succession whereas Alderfer did not accept the step approach he believed that any of the needs could be satisfied and that more than one could be satisfied at the same time Another difference that stands out is that Alderfer believed that there is a level of frustrationregression which could make a person back up to another need when a need arises that can not be satisfied and Maslow believed in a satisfactionprogression that naturally led to the next level whereas Alderfer applied the satisfactionprogression of Maslow s theory to the idea that one need could be all that was needed to motivate a person and the need to progress was not needed When looking at the needs in both theories it is hard to simply agree with Maslow because the basic needs are more like survival needs that you can not do without believing that once we got pass the need we would not think about it again is so far from believable but the Alderfer s existences need does cover some of the needs that cover some of life s need but not air and water but more like the money that is made from working Both theories cover some truths and do cover the process of us getting through our days at work the fact that when most of us are at work there comes a time when dealing with people is very important but there are other times when dealing with people becomes necessary at those times both theories come into play Reference Baack D 2012 Organizational behavior San Diego CA Bridgepoint Education Inc This text is a ConstellationTM course digital materials CDM title
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