Reflection 2 - are stable evaluative beliefs that guide our...

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TAO GUO MHR 318 6:00-7:50PM(MW CH2-Reflection: This chapter is talking about individual behavior, values, and personality. MARS model is the most important for the values, personality, perceptions, emotions, attitudes, and so on. M as motivation consists of internal forces that affect the direction, intensity, and persistence of a person’s voluntary choice of behavior. It can make employees to work hard and efficiency. A as ability, it includes both the natural aptitudes and learned capabilities required to successful complete a task. R as role perceptions is a person’s beliefs about what behaviors are appropriate or necessary in a particular situation. S as situational factor, it is environmental conditions that constrain or facilitate employee behavior and performance. There are five types of behavior are discussed most often in the organizational behavior literature. Such as: task performance, organizational citizenship, counterproductive work behaviors, joining and staying with the organization, and maintaining work attendance. Values
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Unformatted text preview: are stable, evaluative beliefs that guide our preferences for outcomes in a variety of situation. They influence our decisions and interpretation of what is ethical. Personality refers to the relatively stable pattern of behaviors and consistent internal states that explain a person’s behavioral tendencies. For instance, I don’t like study and I think it doesn’t work for my future life. My father says that I have a bad attitude and wrong values of studying. Because study well is not only good to improve my personality, but also can change my life attitudes and world values. Whatever, I think it is very important for our future life. For the teacher, work apparently serves to attain social stability and close social relations. For the students, work is associated with these goals and with promoting personal interests, independence, and excitement. In conclusion, we identify advantages of applying the theory of basic values to further studies of work....
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