OSU BA 352 - Appreciating Individual Differences (13 pages)

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Oregon State University
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Ba 352 - Managing Individual And Team Performance
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Chapter Five Appreciating Individual Differences SelfConcept Personality Emotions 5 1a Chapter Five Outline From Self Concept to Self Management Self Esteem Self Efficacy I can do that Self Monitoring Self management A Social Learning Model Personality Dynamics The Big Five Personality Dimensions Locus of Control Self or Environment Attitudes Intelligence and Cognitive Abilities 5 1b Chapter Five Outline continued OB Gets Emotional Positive and Negative Emotions More Attention Needed Emotional Intelligence PERSPECTIVE Working with people managing people requires understanding Of ourselves Of those around us This demands that we make inference based on their behavior and our own feelings and responses to their behavior Theories help us make these inferences 5 2 Figure 5 1 An OB Model for Studying Individual Differences The Unique Individual Personality traits Self Concept Self esteem Self efficacy Self monitoring Forms of SelfExpression SelfManagement Attitudes Abilities Emotions 5 3 Figure 5 2 Self Efficacy Self efficacy A person s belief about his or her chances of successfully accomplishing a specific task A Model of Self Efficacy Sources of Self Efficacy Beliefs Prior experience Behavior models Persuasion from others Assessment of physical emotional state 5 4 Hands on Exercise How Good Are You at SelfMonitoring Self Monitoring The extent to which a person observes their own self expressive behavior and adapts it to the demands of the situation Would those who know you well score you about the same If not could that be a source of interpersonal problems Explain What implications does your score have for you as a manager If you are unhappy with your score what can you do to change your self monitoring tendencies 5 5 Figure 5 3 A Social Learning Model of SelfManagement Person psychological self Behavior Situational Cues Consequences 5 6 Table 5 1 Covey s Seven Habits An Agenda for Managerial Self Improvement 1 Be proactive 2 Begin with the end in mind 3 Put first



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