WK 3 D2 Feedback and Behavior Reinforcement

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Week 3 D2 Feedback and Behavior Reinforcement. Discuss two of the following statements. a. Specify the Two Basic Functions of Feedback and Three Sources of Feedback. b. Define upward feedback and 360 – degree feedback. c. Distinguish between extrinsic and intrinsic rewards, and give a job-related example of each, and also summarize the research lessons about pay performance and explain why rewards often fail to motivate employees. d. Demonstrate your knowledge of positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement, punishment, extinction, and behavior shaping. Respond to at least two of your fellow students' responses. Try to respond to students who picked different statements. My post: The Two Basic Functions of Feedback for those who receive it Instructional, which clarifies roles or teaches new behavior and Motivational when it serves as a reward or promise a reward (Kinicki & Kreitner, 2009, 202). Three Sources of Feedback are the following: Others this comes from peers supervisors lower-level employees and outsiders
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Unformatted text preview: Tasks the tasks themselves will provide feedback Self- provides bias with other perceptual problems that can contaminate the source of viable feedback if an individual is high in self-confidence they tend to rely on personal feedback than those with low-self confidence (Kinicki & Kreitner, 2009, 204). Define upward feedback and 360 – degree feedback. Both upward and 360 feedback involve multiple forms of feedback. Upward feedback is the process when employees evaluate their bosses (Kinicki & Kreitner, 2009, 204). This is done anonymously and looks at the managers’ style and performance. 360 Feedback is letting individuals compare their own perceived performance with also information from managers, co-workers, and sometimes outsiders (Kinicki & Kreitner, 2009, 205). References Kinicki, A., & Kreitner, R. (2009). Organizational behavior: Key concepts, skills, and best practices (4th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Irwin....
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