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Windy Pierre MAN3025 10/18/10 Chapter 7 Case Study The perceptual errors that can affect recruiters’ perceptions in this case are central tendency. Central tendency Average value of any distribution of data , also called centrality . The tendency is to avoid all extreme judgments and rate people and objects as average or neutral. For example rating a professor is average on all dimensions of performance regardless of their actual performance. It’s always a great take to get feedbacks form your employers. The negative stereotype is fueling recruiters’ perception that can stop new recruiters’ from join the organization. The Pygmalion effect is refers to the phenomenon in which the greater the expectation placed upon people, often children or students and employees, the better
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Unformatted text preview: they perform. The Galatea effect is a compelling factor in employee performance. The manager, who can assist employees to believe in them and in their efficacy, has harnessed a powerful performance improvement tool. Also, The Golem effect is the negative impact on subordinates' performance that results from low leader expectations toward them. All of those effects are part of the recruiting steps. The best lesson I have learned in this case study is that stereotype come in all shapes and sizes. The best way to answer the weakness Question is to be say that my weakness is working too hard....
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