Attitude and Behavior of Healthcare workers1ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOUR OF HEALTHCARE WORKERSStudent’s NameInstructor’s NameInstitutionCourseDue Date
Attitude and Behavior of Healthcare workers2ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOUR OF HEALTHCARE WORKERSAbstractPerception is a vital element in any workplace. The theory of motivation provides abasis for enhanced competency. Therefore, this essay will be explaining Douglas McGregor'sTheory X and Theory Y, the effect of the managers' perception on attitude and behavior ofhealthcare workers, four stages of perception, and the importance of healthcare workers’participation in the process of making the decision. Managers in theory X are described asauthoritarian and pessimistic while managers in theory Y are described as optimistic andresult-oriented. The managers’ perception affects the willingness of the healthcare workers atwork, productivity, working environment, professional development, and workers’ mentality.There are four main stages of perception. The first stage is stimulation. At this stage, anindividual is exposed to different kinds of stimuli. The second stage is an organization wherethe sensory receptors will create perception based on the information received in the mind.The third stage is Analysis and interpretation and the fourth stage is memory and recall.Participation of healthcare workers in the decision-making process will enhance motivation,decentralization, and acquiring first-hand information.
Attitude and Behavior of Healthcare workers3IntroductionPerception is a vital element in any workplace. The way healthcare managers perceiveteam members has a significant influence on their management competencies. Managers mayperceive employees wrongly and this will lead to inefficiency. The way employees perceivetheir work is also a determinant of competency and productivity. The establishment ofhealthy working relationships is vital in promoting motivation and competency. The theory ofmotivation provides a basis for enhanced competency. Therefore, this essay will beexplaining Douglas McGregor's Theory X and Theory Y, the effect of the managers'perception on attitude and behavior of healthcare workers, four stages of perception, and theimportance of healthcare workers’ participation in the process of making the decision.