3S03 Week 1 Self Awareness (2011) Final

3S03 Week 1 Self Awareness (2011) Final - 1 DeGroote School...

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__________________________________ DeGroote School of Business 2
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Looking Back What do you remember from 2BA3 (OB) and 2BC3 (HRM) that contribute to your ability to learn? 3
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Learning How to Learn Bandura’s social learning theory – learning of any new behavior is the result of three main factors : Perception (P): a person’s mental processes such as motivation, attention, self-regulation and self-efficacy Behavior (B): person’s response or action Environment (E): the physical and social environment surrounding an individual 4
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Social Learning Theory P B E Mutual influence is referred to as reciprocal determinism Most learning is done through observation and modeling of the behaviors of others Perception (P) Behaviour (B) Environment (E) 5
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Social Learning Theory What are practical implications of Social Learning Theory? The “Knowing Doing” Gap i.e. New Year’s Resolutions 6
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Skill Building Activity Write your name 20 times with your dominant hand Now write your name 20 times with your non-dominant hand 7
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Four Critical Components Attention Retention Reproduction Motivation 8
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Attention First challenge of learning is to focus Critical you isolate as specifically as possible the behaviors you hope to learn 9
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Retention Must be able to understand and remember what you have observed 10
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Reproduction Importance of practice or actual demonstration of a skill Cannot learn management by just observing or reading Have to translate the images or descriptions into actual behavior 11
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Motivation Won’t successfully acquire a new skill unless you are motivated to persist and stay with it 12
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Management Self-Observation/Exploration Important first step Determine current state – thermostat analogy When/why/under what circumstances do you currently engage in certain behaviours? What works and what deters your desired behavoiur? Learn from failures and mistakes! Self-Set Goals
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