1.0. INTRODUCTION Antisocial behaviour is defined as behaviours that violates the social norm and disrupt the quality of life of an individual, family and the community. It encompasses any behaviour that causes alarm or distress to another. Antisocial behaviours can be intentional or through negligence and are characterized by overt or covert hostility or often aggression towards others. Hanrahan (n.d.) noted that such behaviours “exist along a severity continuum and include repeated violations of social rules, defiance of authority and of the rights of others, deceitfulness, theft, and reckless disregard for self and others”.
Particularly, we will be focusing on the characteristics of people who exhibit negative team behaviors. I will also give an example of my experience with a team where one of the members exhibited these behaviors and how it affected the team. Negative team behavior is exhibited by team members who continuously put down other people’s suggestions and ideas. For instance, they aggress, criticize, and insult others. They waste the time of the group with redundant recounting of irrelevant subjects or individual achievements.
Stereotypes like those send ignorant messages and can affect ones opinion about a group of people. Negative stereotypes are always looked down in our world, yet people still make rude remarks about someone’s age, gender, or race. However, there are people who find it okay to perpetuate positive. This can categorize people in ways that promote their race, gender, or age which some may find harmless. Assumptions about groups even though they are considered to be positive are just as damaging as making a negative stereotype.
Godot was prone to fits of temper whenever employees made errors or moved too slowly. This negative reaction to poor employee performance is a form of operant conditioning, utilizing punishment and negative reinforcement to discourage unwanted behaviors. What Godot did not realize is the negative effect this feedback was having on employee performance. The night after the error Diane worked more slowly to avoid spilling and was instead berated for being slow. Instead of going faster, Diane responded by working less efficiently which in turn had an adverse effect on tips.
Compassion fatigue can eventually affect one’s personal relations, as it can cause the caregiver to withdraw, isolate, or detach oneself if unaddressed. Failure to cope with work stressors can even lead to risky behaviors, such as alcohol or substance abuse. Compassion
Prejudice is a feeling of dislike towards a person or a group of people based on race, ethnicity, gender, religion, and anything else that might set a person or group of people out as being different. Discrimination is the denial of opportunities and equal rights to people and groups of people because of prejudice. Stereotypes are a generalization of a group of people, usually an inaccurate generalization. (Schaefer, 2013) Prejudice and stereotyping are not actions. Discrimination is different because it is an action against a person or a group of people.
Discrimination is the denial of opportunities and equal rights to individuals and groups because of prejudice or for other arbitrary reasons while prejudice and stereotyping is the act of judging or categorizing a person or group of people without actually getting to know them personally. There are several different types of discrimination including relative discrimination, absolute discrimination, and total discrimination. Discrimination is the result many times of prejudice and stereotyping and is detrimental to society. Everyone has certain prejudices but acting upon them is discrimination. Prejudice and stereotyping involves all components of the attitude which are cognitive, affective and behavioral.
The need to repeat or experiencing non sequitur responses adds to negative perceptions of older adults with hearing loss as being slow. Internalizing these stereotypes and the negative self perception certainly contributes to emotional condition of hearing loss. Hearing loss plays a role in how older adults experience and react to environmental stressors. For example, losing a job is difficult for anyone; it is harder for a hard or hearing individual. Certain jobs may be difficult to pursue.
Cheating also causes an internal struggle in the person performing said action. Feelings of guilt can overcome a person when they realize that their action can't be reversed. This can be detrimental to their family life, social life, and ultimately health. It has been proven that stress can decrease a person's immune system, causing them to be more prone to being sick. The sicknesses cannot only be physical,
It is this long term or chronic stress that causes damage to the body. This can affect our immune system and damage it. Headaches, poor energy levels, poor concentration, emotional outbursts, anxiety and depression: all this symptoms can be caused by stress. When you feel stressed this can prevent us from enjoying life and experiencing the feel-good factors. This can make life appear meaningless and lead to depression.