World War 1: The Outbreak, Psychological Trauma and its Effect on Australia Executive summary: This report provides an analysis and evaluation of the evolution of World War 1, the subsequent psychological trauma and an evaluation of the health and economic consequences. The report finds that World War 1 was an avoidable conflict- a result of militarism, alliances, imperialism and nationalism. It caused an entire generation of people irreparable damage, physically and psychologically, as well as the disbandment of empires and kingdoms. Table of contents: 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Outbreak of World War 1 and the causation of Australia's involvement 2.1 Historical context and beginning of WW1 2.2 Declarations of
Belonging is an intrinsic human desire that motivates individuals to actively pursue it. Unfortunately barriers exist that make the attainment of belonging seemingly impossible to certain individuals. The challenge is to accept these obstacles, forge through them and strengthen your sense of belonging beyond its original state. Belonging is an innate part of the human psyche and we are all impacted either positively or negatively reflective of whether or not we belong. The relationships we share with those around us can either hinder or support this emotional state.
A good example of this is at work if there is a situation at work and you have to resolve it this person looks into different points of view and will do what it’s best for both. It’s a very fair person. They want everybody’s satisfaction. The weakness of being under Result Lens is that you need to learn to reflect on your actions, because if you don’t learn it you will fail in your decisions and your life. People under Result Lens tend to be possessive and sometimes this characteristic drives people away.
The way you tell someone to do something, may be ok to one person, but it could be offensive, or threatening to another. When you offend that person, it is then when you have to be the bigger person and fix things. If not, the work place will not be very comfortable to work in for the both of you and it could effect the people around you, too. Another example in this area would be how you spend your time. Time management is very important in all aspects of life.
However, the human drive for belonging also has its pitfalls. There is an innate need in our hearts to identify with a group, both for protection and for security, to discover and affirm our identity, and to use the group to prove our worthiness and goodness; indeed even to prove that we are better than others. In the opening of As You Like It we are shown a dysfunctional and confused society.
Companies often place a great deal of strategic importance on service orientation, not only to external customers but to colleagues and internal clients as well. While emotional labor is applicable to many areas of business, the consequences are probably greatest in traditional service roles. However, in an increasingly service-oriented marketplace, it's important to understand how emotional labor affects workers, and what organizations can do to support and manage any issues. Implications for Workers: When you engage in emotional labor, you control your feelings to fulfill the goals and expectations of your organization. From a practical standpoint, this means that you
In the rant called “The Smart Gap,” Eric Maisel explains his personal opinion on brain power of individuals. Grit, however, isn’t something that he believes will help people find success. Although some may not agree with what was stated, Maisel brings up many persuaded key points to help get his point across. Throughout Eric Maisel’s rant, many key points are brought up. First, he explains that we will experience emotional pain when we recognize that the work we would love to do might just be unavailable enough to make us doubt that we can proceed.
WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION. 215. Communication is essential in any work place or business as if not carried out it can affect business. Good communication means a happy working environment, poor communication can lead to disgruntled staff or customers. There should always be good communication between management and their staff, being misunderstood and feeling out the loop are signs that communications have broken down, Which can lead to a situation of frustration and may result in work not being carried out correctly.
Motivation relies on external factors, such as the promise of rewards and the incentive of personal gain, and as such, it is short-lived and unsustainable. Once fulfilled, the employees will replace their motivation with another form of dissatisfaction, and so on, in a never-ending cycle of want. The company ends up with a bunch of employees that are almost always unhappy and certainly rarely give a hundred percent. “Inspiration on the other hand comes from within – the desire to put one’s heart and soul into the company, not because of greed or what one could get out of it while still employed there, but because one has a sense of belonging to the place and a sense of achievement when the company succeeds. Inspiration therefore, is key to the company’s lasting success” (Anwar, 2008).
EFFECT ON WORK RELATIONSHIPS The workplace is a system of relationships. Relationships have many different aspects; here are several examples: • Trust • Teamwork • Quality • Morale • Self-esteem • Loyalty • Respect for boss When conflicts are handled well, there’s a positive effect on work relationships. When they are not, these factors can deteriorate. Productivity and the free expression of ideas are also impacted. FACTORS THAT AFFECT HOW PEOPLE MANAGE CONFLICT The skills involved in managing conflict are