What are the 4 components of Personal System?
- Goals - Achieve and Attain
- Competencies - What we do well
- Beliefs - What we perceive to be true
- Values - most important and engrained beliefs
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How do you change your beliefs?
Disconfirming Data - info that potentially shows us our beliefs are untrue.
Big, Hairy, Audacious, Goal
Ex: Lexus: “Beat Benz” (mid 1980’s), Stanford University: “Become the Harvard of the West” (1940s)
MARS Model of Individual Behavior and Results
- Role Perceptions
- Situational Factors
- Behavior and Results
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What are the Individual Characteristics that are involved in MARS MODEL
- Emotions and Attitudes
Define Organizational Citizenship
Performance beyond the required job duties (pick up paper in hall)- without selfish intent.
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- Stable, important beliefs that guide our preferences and behaviors
- Define right or wrong, good or bad
Ex: Communication, Respect, Integrity, Excellance
Define Values Congruence
- Value congruence-- where two or more entities have similar value systems
- (consistemcy between personal and organizational values)
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The study of moral principles or values that determine whether actions or their outcomes are right or wrong, good or bad
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The relatively stable pattern of behavior and state of mind that explains a person's attitude and behavior
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Define Locus of Control
- Internals - believe in their effort and ability to influence environment and affect change (They are in control of their future)
- Externals - believe events are mainly due to external causes, e.g., fate (Future is cuz of external events)
- Sensitivity to situational cues, and ability to adapt your behavior to that situation. (Adapt to behaviors of others)
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What is Holland’s Occupational Choice Theory
Career success depends on fit between the person and his/her work environment
PERSONALITY AND PERSONAL VALUES CONSISTENT with JOB?