Ind Differences part2

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/5/11
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9/5/11 Examples of “Changeable” Work-related Attitudes 1. Job Involvement : The degree to which a person psychologically identifies with his/her work. 2. Organizational Commitment : The extent to which a person identifies with an organization. It is regarded as a multidimensional attitude (One with parts): a. a strong belief and acceptance of an organization’s goals and values. b. a willingness to exert effort on behalf of the organization (e.g., overtime, United Way) c. a strong desire to remain a member of the organization 3. Others : Professionalism, union commitment, perceived justice, perceived organizational support
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9/5/11 Individual Differences Perceptions Attributions (special case) Attitudes Values …more fundamental beliefs about conduct or existence. Heavily influenced by culture
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EXAMPLES OF VALUES: * The importance of the individual vs. the collective * Democracy or freedom - existence * Fair-play -conduct
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