Having a leader that focuses more on encouraging one’s talent and getting input from other employees will help a group of individuals work better together and create a strong relationship. Organizational culture and attitudes o The culture of an organization primarily makes up the attitude of employees and determines how employees are expected to treat one another and customers. Physical structure o The physical layout of an organization can have an impact on leadership styles and the culture. Communication o Leaders and employees should have an effective way to communicate with each other. While body language and nonverbal cues are a way to communicate, a more technological way can be used as well which includes emails, chat systems, or mobile devices.
Success and Failure Organizational behavior can lead to the success by using reward systems. Sometimes employees need to be motivated in order to perform to the best of their ability. It is important to make employees see a link between the effort they are putting in and the reward they are getting in the end. The reward must be fair in order to inspire them and increase productivity. While success is a benefit, failure is also possible within OB. Failure should be seen as a learning opportunity for everyone to learn and benefit from. 2
References Borkowski, N. (2016). Organizational behavior, theory, and design in health care (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning. 3
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