• Guide with successful predecessor traits and motivate drive through consequences. • Focus on positive consequences to motivate behavior. • Design interventions with consideration of internal feelings and attitudes. • Apply the scientific method to improve intervention. • Use theory to integrate information, not to limit possibilities.
CONCLUSION Organizational behavior is the essence of how an organization’s structure flows. Today’s world of business is developed on a basis of team work and grouping, especially in the health care field. The major importance of success in an organization is the support behind its structure and behavior. The appropriate amount of effective communication, employee interaction, engaging assessments, and intervention methods are all necessary for the productivity of the organization.
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