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Organizational Behavior

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Ahmed Abou-Aly

on 11 April 2015

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Transcript of Organizational Behavior

Why?!
Sketch Time ;)
Leadership
Get back to your teams ;)
Forced Perspective
Decision
Q. 1. What is my aim/goal ?
Perception
Team Growth Stages
Forming
Storming
Norming
The Bigger Picture
Organizational Behavior
Team Building
Performing
Adjourning
Do I want to join?
Forming
Storming
Do I want to continue?
Norming
How canI help?
How can
I develop?
Performing
Adjourning
Were we successful?
Teamwork Guidelines
Effective communication.
Teamwork agreement.
Effective meeting.
Autocratic
Authoritarian, driver.
Decreases creativity.
Quick.
Democratic
Guide.
Increases quality, creativity, and commitment.
Slow
Laissez Faire
Delegative/Supporter/Adviser.
Follower dependent.
Requires maturity.
Qualities of Leader
vs Boss
Empathy
Listen and talk from your heart, as words present 7% of the message.
Allow people their moment.
Deal with people instead of positions.
Encourage (smile and nod)
Ice break and praise.
“a process by which individuals organize and interpret their sensory impressions in order to give meaning to their environment
(Stephen Robbins)”.

Perceiver: (Attitudes-Motive-Intersets-Expectations)
Situation : Time - Environment
Goal: Size - Shape - Sound)


Distinctiveness
Consistency
Consensus
Attribution Theory of Perception
Halo Effect: judging an individual based on single
characteristics, or consequence on single event.

Projection: assume people based on your own traits.
Contrast Effect: Comparing people.
Stereotyping: classify people and events to
categories
Unfair Perception
Q. 2. What does it involve ? (SWOT-TOWS)
Q. 3. How far can I plan now ? Targets and Obj.
Factors Affecting Decisions

1. Information: quality and quantity.
2. Bias : attitudes
3. Personal Habits : old decisions
4. Time constraints.
5. Risk taking vs Safe sides.
What's Motivation?
Internal
External
"Try to catch your people, when they're doing something good"
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