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  • 1. PERCEPTION AND CONCEPTION PRESENTED BY-: RAMANANDA SAHOO
  • 2. CONTENTS MEANING PERCEPTION PROCESS OF PERCEPTION PROPOSE OF PERCEPTION PROCESS MEANING OF CONCEPTION USES OF PERCEPTION IN ORGANISATION
  • 3. MEANING OF PERCEPTION It is the process  through which people make sense of the vast array of sensory inputs and involves the active processing of information.
  • 4. MEANING OF PERCEPTION Knowledge • Needs • Beliefs • Values • Assumptions • Attitudes. •
  • 5. THE PERCEPTION PROCESS Environmental Stimuli Smelling Tasting Feeling Hearing Seeing Selective Attention Individual’s Values and Beliefs Perceptual Organization Emotions and Behavior
  • 6. PURPOSE OF PERCEPTION PROCESS Simplify information for  processing Decrease distress/discomfort  from particular stimuli.
  • 7. Factors Influencing Perception: 1.) Perceiver 2.) Target 3.) situation
  • 8. MEANING OF CONCEPTION The formation in the mind of an  image, idea, or notion, apprehension The state of being conceived;  beginning. The image, idea, or notion of any action or  thing which is formed in the mind. It is basically define as a “unit of  knowledge” .
  • 9. FACTOR AFFECTING CONCEPTION Person’s ability  Situation  Time  USES OF CONCEPTION MANY PEOPLE CAN USE IT IN DIFFERENT WAY ACCORDING TOTHEIR PROFESION E.g.. Teacher Student
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  • 11. Shortcuts in Judging Others: 1.) Selective Perception 2.) Halo Effect (A process whereby a person’s perception is formed on the basis of a single favorable trait or impression.) 3.) Stereotyping • A means of simplifying the process of perception and making judgments of other people, instead of dealing with a range of complex and alternative stimuli
  • 12. Specific Applications in Organizations: 1.) Employment Interview 2.) Performance Expectations (Self Fulfilling Prophecy 3.) Performance Evaluation 4.) Employee Effort
  • 13. conclusion Conception without perception. is empty, perception without. conception is blind
  • 14. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME