Week One Student Guide In Week One, you are introduced to organizational behavior (OB) as a discipline. You also learn about a number of individual characteristics of employees, and you review both the effects those characteristics have on organizational performance as well as management methods that best align with those characteristics. You will address specific employee characteristics, including attitudes and job satisfaction, emotions and moods, personality and values, and perception and individual decision making. It is important to address the self-assessments at this time by identifying the people you would like to take these assessments. Remember that each person will need to complete several of these assessments for you to be fully prepared for Week Two.
For this, we had a few sessions of two theorists that we had learnt in detail about them. One of them was Michael Argyle, whose theory began of ‘the communication cycle’. This theory included 6 stages that were: ideas occur, message coded, message sent, message received, message decoded and lastly message understood. During the delivery of the session, we were put into groups to present to the rest of the class the last 3 stages of this cycle. After presenting, we worked on our strengths and
When some of my classmates told me that it took them only a couple of hours to complete this assignment and that the textbook provided them with all the necessary information, that’s when I realized how strong my desire to become a therapist is. As informative as I found my classes at UC Santa Cruz to be, I believe that while working as a Residential Assistant in the two mental health
When organising a business event, describe the range of support activities that may be required. There are many support activities required when organising business event when you consider the three stages of the event; before, during and after. Before event businesses may send out meeting requests, circulate the agenda, minutes and any other relevant documentation. A suitable venue would also be found making sure they have the appropriate facilities for the event. It may also be necessary to organise refreshments for the occasion.
Directions: Informative Presentation Business presentations are one of the most challenging forms of oral communication. Employers expect their workers to be able to articulate their thoughts clearly and effectively in front of small- to large-sized groups. In this assignment, you will develop your presentation skills. You will also share valuable information with the class on a professional development topic. All students must attend class on all speech days.
Course: RES / 341 Assignment: Week 1 - Current Business Research Project Paper Define the business research and its purpose: Information is a big part of all organizations and with technology that information is readily available to the entire team. It is important for a manager to pick out the individuals who know the specific information requirements. With information technology all of this information is available to everyone on the team making the team dynamic different and working with teams important. The purpose of the business research in “The Impact of Information Technology and Transactive Memory Systems on Knowledge Sharing, Application, and Team Performance: A Field Study” by Young, Heeseok, and Youngjin focuses on transactional memory systems effect on teams (2010, p. 855). Explain the business problems under investigation: The business problem that many organizations would face was the limitation of knowledge that could pass within a team and between departments.
This helps me plan better in advance so I can manage my time and make plans without conflictions. I have many different groups I am a part of, the school plans a lot of events for us, especially for new students, and I make a lot of plans with people from classes and my dorm and this method helps me a lot in remembering what I have planned. I had a really hard time my freshman year of high school with time management and decided to start a program during lunch that helped with that. I learned the importance of using my planner and since then have probably overused this as I write down everything and make countless lists throughout the day. This was the greatest tool that I utilized to help with my success throughout the next four years at New
Classroom Observation and Reflection Paper Diana Sanamyan MTE / 501 February 13, 2012 Dr. David Bolton Classroom Observation and Reflection Paper I observed Ms. Shakhramanyan’s kindergarten class at John Marshal Elementary in Glendale, CA. There were twenty-two kids in her class and five of them were ELL students Ms. Shakhramanyan taught the class for the entire day. The students spent most of their time in the classroom during the day. Ms. Shakhramanyan started her class with morning greetings and announcements, took the attendance and told the students the objectives of that day. I noticed how she addressed concepts about print during her morning routine.
When having undertaken training it is important to feedback this knowledge to my colleagues to provide up to date accurate information in order for them to full fill their roles, this is shared during weekly team meetings when time has been allocated for this purpose. In sharing this knowledge and information it enables other support workers I work with to also work effectively with accurate information. If the information to share is in a document this is shared by the organisations protected emailing system so staff can access this when convenient and can reflect back on this. Training to further knowledge and practice that is relevant to my supporting role is identified during regular supervision and annual IPA’s, this enables me and my manager to identity training that is not only available but is beneficial for me as a worker and for the organisation. Training that becomes available throughout the year is shared in team meetings for staff to express their interest and apply.