MGMT615 Motivation as Leadership- across culture, fall 09 (m-6)

MGMT615 Motivation as Leadership- across culture, fall 09 (m-6)

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Unformatted text preview: Module Leadership Competencies: Motivating People Across Cultures Linda L. Smith Fall 2009 MGMT615: Intercultural Communication and Leadership Foundations of Individual Behavior • Personality and Behavior • Values • Attitudes • Satisfaction • Perception • Locus of control • Motivation Organization Group Individual Environment • Behavior • Refers to the overt act of the person which can be observed • Personality • The relatively stable organization of a person’s characteristics, an enduring pattern of attributes that define the uniqueness of a person Foundations of Individual Behavior – Personality and Behavior • Human behavior Foundations of Individual Behavior – Personality and Behavior The Environment The Person Actual Behavior The Consequences of the Behavior The Environment • Other people • Objects • Events The Person • Heredity • Knowledge • Attitudes and Values • Skills • Needs, personality Behaviors Any visible actions or reactions Consequences • Productivity • Injury • Conflict • Reactions from others • Reinforcements • Key Variables affecting individual behavior Foundations of Individual Behavior – Personality and Behavior Personality Attitudes Ability Values Learning Perception Motivation Individual Behavior • How is personality developed? • Socialization • Process through which a person learns and acquires the values, attitudes, beliefs and accepted behaviors of a culture, society, organization or group. • Learning • Classic conditioning • Reinforcement • Social • Modeling • Law of effect Foundations of Individual Behavior – Personality and Behavior Environment Law of Effect Behavior Shaping Modeling • Personality Dimensions • Extroversion • Sociable, energetic and forceful • Emotional stability • Self-confident, less emotional, insecure, neurotic • Agreeableness • Tolerant, trusting, generous, warm, kind • Conscientiousness • Responsible, dependable, punctual, hard working • Openness to experience • Curious, broad minded, imaginative Foundations of Individual Behavior – Personality and Behavior •...
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MGMT615 Motivation as Leadership- across culture, fall 09 (m-6)

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