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Attitude is the neural and mental state of a human

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Attitude is the neural and mental state of a human being that is perceived through experience over aperiod of time. the attitude can directly exert the human response to the environment and situation(Fazio et al. 1989). Attitude differs from human to human as well in many different situations. Attitudeis based on the actions, feelings, and beliefs of a person. The combination of three items makes upthe values of a person over a period. The values also depend on the learning since childhood andculture of the person where he has grown up. It takes substantial amount of time to understand anew culture that is different from organization point of view. Organizations often measures theattitude of people through surveys time to time to improve the workplace. Managers often feel itdifficult to understand the person attitude behavior at the workplace. Managers should avoid theblame game and focus on correcting workplace behavior that can impact the person behavior.
Sometime the attitude of the person based on many other factors that are clearly visible. Theindividual might also have their own perceptions build over the time. That can include socialperception that is based on the how the individual sees others and perceive others (Ng et al. 2019).That can be further linked with different characteristics such has halo effect, contract effect, projects,Pygmalion effect and impression management. The perceptions if not corrected at the right timesbecomes a reality and the persons start thinking the same. The perceptions might create positiveand negative impact on the overall organizational culture (Johennesse & Chou, 2017). Theorganizational leaders have to take lead on stopping the growth of negative perceptions in theorganization and create a positive working environment. They can do it by communicating with theworkforce time to time and organize surveys to ensure the happiness index of employees is good.The impact of the negative perceptions and attitude can impact other workers too, which can createa drastic impact on the overall productivity.References:1. Fazio, R. H., Powell, M. C., & Williams, C. J. (1989). The role of attitude accessibility in theattitude-to-behavior process.Journal of consumer research,16(3), 280-288.2. Ng, T. W., Yam, K. C., & Aguinis, H. (2019). Employee perceptions of corporate socialresponsibility: Effects on pride, embeddedness, and turnover.Personnel Psychology,72(1), 107-137.3. Johennesse, L. A. C., & Chou, T. K. (2017). Employee Perceptions of Talent ManagementEffectiveness on Retention.Global Business & Management Research,9(3).Age related motives and interest influence the perceived value of effort and performance. As ageincreases focus on identity and self image, and it affects significant of the original motivation factor inline with employee needs. (Laegaard, 2018). It Is economical price of equal employment and pride ofownership.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Bari Courts
Tags
Psychology, The Land, Organizational studies

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