HRM601-14

HRM601-14 - SLEF-ACTUALIZATION ESTEEM SOCIAL SAFETY...

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THE AUTHORITARIAN PERSONALITY ETIOLOGY EXTREMELY LOW SELF-ESTEEM THAT IS REPRESSED BULLIES THAT ARE THE ULTIMATE COWARDS SYMPTOMOLOGY PATHOLOGICAL ATTEMPTS TO BUILD THE SELF BY ATTACKING OTHERS IDENTIFICATION WITH POWERFUL OTHERS EXTREME ANGER AND CONSTANT EMOTIONAL PAIN DISPLACEMENT AND SELF-DESTRUCTIVE CYCLES ARROGANCE AND GRANDIOSITY: MUST BE THE CENTER OF ATTENTION CONSEQUENCES CONFLICT HOSTILITY AND FEAR SUBMISSIVE SUBORDINATES WHO ARE REWARDED FOR LOYALTY AND NOT PERFORMANCE DYSFUNCTIONAL WORK GROUPS AND UNITS DESPAIR AND HOPELESSNESS RATIONAL MOTIVATION THEORY NEED THEORIES BASIC MECHANISM IS A HOMEOSTATIC MODEL DESIRED INTERNAL STATE DISEQUIBRILLIUM DISSATISFACTION BEHAVIOR SATISFACTION
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NEED THEORIES: MASLOW’S NEED HIERARCHY FIVE CLASSES OF NEEDS ARRANGED IN A HIERARCHY
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Unformatted text preview: SLEF-ACTUALIZATION ESTEEM SOCIAL SAFETY PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISM DEPRIVATION/DOMINATION PROBLEMS SOME NEEDS POORLY DEFINED EVIDENCE DOES NOT SUPPORT DEPRIVATION/DOMINATION DOES NOT EXPLAIN ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOR WELL McCLELLANDS NEED THEORY THREE LEARNED NEEDS: ACHIEVEMENT, POWER AND AFFILIATION NEED FOR ACHIEVEMENT ASSOCIATED WITH WARM SUPPORTIVE PARENTS AND AN ENVIRONMENT WHERE FAILURE IS NOT PUNISHED ALSO LINKED TO CULTURES THAT VALUE ACHIEVEMENT PEOPLE WITH A HIGH NEED FOR ACHIEVEMENT ARE SELF-DIRECTED AND SELF-CORRECTIVE SEEK CHALLENGE TAKE MODERATE RISKS ARE INNOVATIVE SEEK MEANINGFUL FEEDBACK INTERNALIZE SUCCESS EXTERNALIZE FAILURE...
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