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Rules Groups
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A powerful motivational force. Created in social environments.
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Norms Norms
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Normal behaviors in groups; sticky and hard to change. Behaviors that members of a group perceive as acceptable.
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Cohesiveness Cohesiveness
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Glue that holds a group together; lowers as the group grows larger. Increase by having an enemy outside the group and decrease by having an enemy inside the group.
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Performance Norms Cohesiveness
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Amplifies effects of performance norms on behavior. Diligent vs. Acting out
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Groupshift Groupthink
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Happens because someone dissents in a group and is punished; give up what you think. Overstating your case to make a case; dangerous because you tend to believe what you say.
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Trait Theory Leaders
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Universally, they all have followers. Leadership comes from qualities an individual is porn with (i.e. charisma, confidence, etc).
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Fiedler’s Contingency Model Behavior Theories
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when to focus on specific tasks and traits; directive or empathetic. People have a defined
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course MAN 3025 taught by Professor Clevenger during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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