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Chapter 9 notes, with the blanks!

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Chapter 9 notes, with the blanks! MNGT 3810

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Chapter 9 notes, covered on the final. Includes the blanks and anything covered in class. The last slide is missing because she didn't cover it in class.
Management Foundations
Christine Newman
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Date Created: 03/02/16
Chapter 9 Foundations of Individual Behavior Part IV: Leading 9-1 Learning Outcomes •Iden▯fy the focus and goals of organizational behavior (OB). •Explain the role that attitudes play in job performance. •Describe different personality theories. Part IV: Leading 9-2 LearningOutcomes(cont.) •Describe perception and the factors that influence it. •Discuss learning theories and their relevance in shaping behavior . •Discuss contemporary issues in OB. Part IV: Leading 9-3 Organiza▯onal Behavior Part IV: Leading 9-4 Goals of Organiza▯onal Behavior 1.  Employee produc▯vity 2.  Absenteeism 3.  Turnover 4.  Organizational ci▯zenship behavior 5.  Job sa▯sfac▯on 6.  Workplace misbehavior Part IV: Leading 9-5 At▯tudes and Job Performance •  Job satisfaction •  Job involvement •  organizational commitment •  Employee engagement Part IV: Leading 9-6 At▯tudes and Consistency • Cogni▯ve dissonance : • Any incompatibility or inconsistency between attitudes or between behavior and attitudes. Part IV: Leading 9-7 Understanding At▯tudes Part IV: Leading 9-8 Personality Theories • Personality: • A unique combination of emotional, thought, and behavorial patterns that affect how a person reacts to situations and interacts with others. Part IV: Leading 9-9 Big Five Model of Personality The Big Five factors are: 1.Extraversion 2.Agreeableness 3. Conscien▯ous 4.  Emotional stability 5.  Openness to experience Part IV: Leading 9-10 Emotional Intelligence •  Five dimensions: •Self-awareness •Self-management •Self-motivation • •Social skills Part IV: Leading 9-11 Personality Traits • Can personality traits predict practical work-related behaviors? Yes!! Part IV: Leading 9-12 Matching Personali▯es and Jobs Part IV: Leading 9-13 Personality Traits Across Cultures • Na▯onal cultures differ in terms of the degree to which people believe they control their environment . Part IV: Leading 9-14 Understanding Personality 1.  Job-person compatibility 2.  Understanding different approaches to work 3.  Being a be▯er manager Part IV: Leading 9-15 Perception Part IV: Leading 9-16 Judging Employees Part IV: Leading 9-17 Distorted Attribu▯ons •  Fundamental attribution error: • The tendency to underestimate the influence of external factors and overestimate the influence of internal factors when making judgments about the behavior of others. •  Self-serving bias : • The tendency for individuals to attribute their successes to internal factors while putting the blame for failures on external factors. Part IV: Leading 9-18 Perceptual Shortcuts Part IV: Leading 9-19 Understanding Percep▯on 1.  Employees react to percep▯on, not reality. 2.  The potential for perceptual distortion exists. Part IV: Leading 9-20 Operant Conditioning Part IV: Leading 9-21 Social LearningTheory • Learning both through observa▯on and direct experience Part IV: Leading 9-22 Shaping Behavior 1.  Positive reinforcement 2.  Negative reinforcement 3. Punishment 4. Extinction Part IV: Leading 9-23 Managing Employees’ Learning 1.  Watch what you reward. 2.  Watch what you do. Part IV: Leading 9-24 Contemporary Issues Part IV: Leading 9-25 Managerial Challenges Part IV: Leading 9-26 Negative Behavior in the Workplace • Survey of U.S. Employees: • witnessed rudeness daily •20% were targets of incivility at least once/week Part IV: Leading 9-27


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