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ndividual Decision Making
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Table of Contents Introduction……………………………………………………. Relationship to Chapter……………………………………… Structure versus Unstructured………………………………. Works Cited………………………………………………….. 2
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II: RELATIONSHIP TO CHAPTER When people decide to show up for an interview they either get the job or do not based on their perception by the hirer. Perception is the process by which individuals organize and interpret their sensory impressions in order to give meaning to their environment. While interviewing Insert name here from Dover Downs we ask her many questions on what factors distort her perceptions and how does this deal with the hiring process. Her response was appearance will be the first give away to distort her perception for this can tell a lot about someone‘s character. She also did say she learned that sometimes the best dress could also be a disappointment for they can sound uneducated. The group also asks what perceptions do they use based on hiring someone new? The response was to find someone that is dependable, have good time management skills, a risk-taker, multi-tasker and someone easy to get along with. This response would be what most managers would say as well when hiring a new asset to the company. Insert name here told the group when she is to hire someone new the company looks for something different each and every time in order to not repeat the past. The company has to identify what has work and what has not work over the years. This will help the company improve itself in its communication. Therefore they are using selective perception, selective perception is only looking for certain qualities, uniqueness, and expertise that would be appealing to the company. She did agree that she does stereotype and is self-fulfilling prophecy because it is only natural that everyone’s stereotypes based on our perceptions, morals, and values. 3
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The group has learn while interviewing insert name here that her responses to each question related to chapter six perception and individual decision making. When asked do you make decisions off intuition she replied with both yes and no because intuition will stare you wrong most of time so it is more based on past experiences. She stated that her escalation of commitment to the organization is that she sees things through into it is complete and if she has the time to, she will go back and complete anything that needs to be corrected.
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