Consequences need balance, they shouldn’t always just be used when a person is needing reprimanded. These consequences can be good and positive; like implementing incentives based on job performance and acknowledging employees for their success. Too many negative consequences can also be detrimental to an overall company culture (Bearley, 2016). This can often promote unethical behaviors while instilling fear and anger into employees. Equal balance being placed on both ‘consequent’ actions will help promote an environment for employees to reach their full potential and achieve many great
Their ability to socialize will be favourable in a customer service area. This type will be quick to try to solve problems, but may not think it through completely. This impulsiveness can be a negative in a user support environment, as the complete picture of what will be impacted by the actions may not be initially recognized. Their ability to deal with a customer on a social level is impressive, but impulsiveness when solving problems may cause unfavourable results. Do you prefer to focus on the basic information you take in or do you prefer to interpret and add meaning?
This theory is probably the most essential motivation theory due to its perspective insight into human nature by interpreting the human behavior and actions. By applying this theory into its motivation and rewarding system, AirAsia would be able to motivate its employees as well as satisfying their needs. This is because AirAsia would have benefit by creating a workplace or environment that meets the needs of the employees such as food, shelter, health and job security, friendship and family as well as acknowledgement and recognition. This will then lead to a higher self-esteem and self-actualization among the employees which will results in unleashing the full potential of the employees in their daily business operations. This theory was widely popular among practicing managers including AirAsia’s managers because it is easy to understand and
And, they must be prepared to make organizational changes to accommodate the differences productively. There are difference strategies that organizations can use to cope up with age discrimination in the workplace. Implementing strategies that place older people in positions best suited to their ability stereotyping them. Finding the ways to make technology friendlier to older people as this can enhance the workplace experience for an older population. Ensuring the reward system that is based on performance and not on tenure.
When a organization or business lacks in communication skills it can create personal conflicts, missed deadlines, incorrect goal assumptions and contribute to employee turnover. Really effective communication will establishes trust, helps act on risks and opportunities, and promotes productivity. Language barriers are important to address because messages can easily be misconstrued. A worker may pretend to understand a directive when they really don’t if they are embarrassed or frustrated with the language problem. I can personally upon and as well as my co-workers.
Offending a client could not only prevent them from seeking your assistance, but other people’s services too. Being surrounded by social and cultural diversity also helps how you work with clients. If you understand a client’s culture it could help you build rapport with them quicker than if you hadn’t. Also, this understanding provides you with some help in finding resources and solutions for your client, in some cultures it may be inappropriate for you connect certain clients with certain resources. So being aware of that helps you determine what solution is best fit for that client.
In life, one of the important social skills we learn is how to interact and communicate with people. People have their own way of communicating and this cause some people tend to have problems expressing themselves because their social abilities are not developed. Thus, travelling and interacting with a variety of people can help to improve our social skills. In other way, travelling not only improve our communication skills, it can actually boost self-confidence, since ideas and opinions are able to be more clearly expressed, shared and
• Empathy and Intuition- Being aware of others ' feelings and need. This competency is important in the workplace to understand others, meet customer needs, people development, cultivating diversity through diverse people. • Social Skills and Political Acumen. It is ability to induce desirable responses in others. It helps in influencing, communicating, leading, resolving conflict, team building, and
These types of support acts as an emotional and financial support to counterbalance and reduce physical, psychological and behavioural reactions to stress (Jain et al., 2013). Furthermore, having social support allows for an extra resource for employees to deal with job demands and organisational change, as social support can act as guidance (Castanheira & Chambel, 2010; van Dick & Haslam, 2012). Above all, social support within the organisation can reduce negative stressors such as uncertainty, frustration and confusion within an organisation, thus, resulting in employees having more control and understanding over their job and job demands (that is things that have to be done within an employee’s required job field) (van Dick & Haslam,
Social skills are defined as any skill facilitating interaction and communication with others. Social rules and relations are created, communicated and changed in verbal and nonverbal ways. This process of learning is called socialization. Students with special needs face many challenges in their lives some of which affects their ability to interact with others. The journal article, group counseling teaching for teaching social skills to students with special needs, explains the benefits of group counseling for both the students and the counselor.
Step 3) communication within the workplace: The communication of an individual’s needs and feelings within an organisation can relieve one’s workplace pressures but also builds the confidence of an individual to become for assertive in appropriate situations within the workplace. By communicating with others about a needs and feelings towards certain roles within an organisation will eliminate the common feeling of guilt when being assertive. According to (Pelling, 2014) guilt is a common feeling felt by people whom are not used to being assertive and is overcome by repetition of events where an individual is appropriately
The OT needs to address the challenges that a client may have that made add to psychosocial issues such as cultural and social factors. They should also be aware of the stages of adaptation to disabilities when selecting interventions. This will be a frame of reference in how the OT can address issues and work with people with disabilities who may have psychosocial
My interest is in the autonomous functioning of people with developmental disabilities living in different environments and its correlation to community integration. Autonomous functioning, ultimately their self-determination; allows social workers to provide effective services to people with developmental disabilities. If self-determination increases with deinstitutionalization, changes in services provided to people with developmentally disabilities should be discussed and evaluated. Therefore, self-determination is necessary in finding effective services for people with developmental disabilities, especially those trying to achieve community integration. Research on deinstitutionalization has become prevalent in recent years.
Therefore, when others’ behavior often becomes the target of gossip, group members may feel as if they are being closely monitored (Melwani, 2012). Thus they are likely to refrain from exposing weakness, disclosing potential problems or voicing different opinions, which are all core activities contributing to a psychologically safe group environment. Great group cooperation is also essential to group success. A cooperative group mutually supports one another and contributes personal efforts to the group objective (Kozlowski & Bell, 2003). However, workplace gossip,