MGMT 325 - Exam 1 Study Guide

MGMT 325 - Exam 1 Study Guide - Exam 1 Study Guide Career...

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Exam 1 Study Guide Career: work-related experiences one has throughout their life Career path: line of jobs that one travels while with an organization Career plan: choices made about occupations, organization and career path Career development: decisions made about occupation and activities engaged in to achieve career goals Competencies: - across cultures - change - communication - diversity - ethics - self - teams Big 5 personality factors: - emotional stability - agreeableness - extraversion - conscientiousness - openness Emotional intelligence: - self awareness - social empathy - self motivation - social skill Attitude: - affective - cognitive - behavioral Perceptual process: object observe perceptual selection perceptual organize
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Unformatted text preview: response Perception: process of gaining information and knowledge to make a decision about something-observes, organizes, interprets and responds to information Perceptual selection:-selective selection o internal: personality, motivation (Pollyanna Principle), learning o external: size, intensity, contrast, motion, looks, age, height DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CLASSICAL AND OPERANT CONDITIONING Rewards: help reinforce that exhibited behavior is desired behavior Reinforcement schedules:-continuous: always reinforced (every behavior, not just desired)-intermittent: only reinforced sometimes fixed interval fixed ratio variable interval variable ratio...
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  • Fall '12
  • Andre
  • Psychology, Classical and Operant Conditioning, career path, Perceptual Selection

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