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  • 1.
    • Chapter 1:
    • Developing Self-Awareness
    Developing Management Skills 1-
  • 2.
    • Understand your sensitivity line
    • Clarify personal values and moral maturity level
    • Apply your personal learning style
    • Discover your orientation toward change
    • Identify your interpersonal style
    Learning Objectives 1-
  • 3. Keys to Self- Awareness
    • “ Know Thyself”
    • Carved on the Oracle at Delphi
    • “ He that would govern others must first master himself”
    • Messinger
    1-
  • 4. Hierarchy of Personal Life-Management Skills 1-
  • 5. The Enigma of Self-Awareness
    • Seeking self knowledge is a prerequisite for personal growth.
    • However, we avoid seeking information about ourselves because it may make us feel inferior.
    1-
  • 6. The Sensitivity Line
    • The point at which individuals become defensive when encountering information about themselves that is inconsistent with their self-concept.
    1-
  • 7. Crossing the Sensitivity Line
      • When information is verifiable, predictable and controllable.
      • When we self-disclose so others can provide insights into your behavior.
    1-
  • 8. Appreciating Individual Differences
    • Differences
    • We observe differences
    • Eliminates social barriers
    • Distinctions
    • We create distinctions
    • Create social barriers
    1-
  • 9. Five Areas of Self Awareness 1-
  • 10. Emotional Intelligence
    • Difficult to measure and define.
    • Considered to be an important measure of managerial success.
    1-
  • 11. Components of Emotional Intelligence
    • The ability to diagnose and recognize your own emotions.
    • The ability to control your own emotions.
    • The ability to recognize and diagnose the emotions of others.
    • The ability to respond appropriately to emotional cues.
    1-
  • 12. Values
    • Foundation for attitudes and personal preferences
    • Basis for important life decisions
    • Help to define morality and ethics
    1-
  • 13. Trompenaars Cultural Value Dimensions
    • Universalism vs. Particularism
    • Individualism vs. Collectivism
    • Affective vs. Neutral
    • Specific vs. Diffuse
    • Achievement vs. Ascription
    • Past and Present vs. Future
    • Internal vs. External
    1-
  • 14. Personal Values
    • Instrumental Values : desirable standards of conduct for attaining an end
    • Terminal Values : desirable ends or goals for the individual
    1-
  • 15. Values that Managers Desire
    • Sense of Accomplishment
    • Self-Respect
    • A Comfortable Life
    • Independence
    1-
  • 16. Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development
    • Preconventional
    • (Self Centered)
    • Conventional (Conformity)
    • Postconventional (Principled)
    1-
  • 17. Recent Examples of Unethical Decision Making
    • Enron
    • Martha Stewart
    • Ford Motor Company
    • Firestone
    1-
  • 18. Ethical Decision Making And Values
    • Most managers feel they are under pressure to compromise standards to meet company goals*
    • Conflict between maximizing economic and social performance
    • * Study by American Management Association.
    1-
  • 19. Standards for Making Ethical Decision
    • Front Page Test
    • Golden Rule Test
    • Dignity and Liberty Test
    • Equal Treatment Test
    • Personal Gain Test
    • Congruence Test
    • Procedural Justice Test
    • Cost-Benefit Test
    • Good Night’s Sleep Test
    1-
  • 20. Learning Styles
    • An individual’s inclination to perceive, interpret and respond to information in a certain way
    1-
  • 21. Kolb’s Model of Learning Styles 1-
  • 22. Scoring Plot for the LSI 1-
  • 23. The Learning Cycle
    • Developed from Kolb’s four dimensions
    • When the four-step process is followed, learning is improved
    1-
  • 24. The Learning Cycle Model 1-
  • 25. Attitudes Toward Change
    • Graduates of management schools today will face an environment unlike any person has ever experienced before
    1-
  • 26. Change Orientation
    • Tolerance of Ambiguity : The extent to which individuals have difficulty coping with unclear situations.
    1-
  • 27. Change Orientation (cont’d)
    • Locus of Control : The attitude people develop regarding the extent to which they control their own destines.
    1-
  • 28. Locus of Control
    • Internal Locus of Control :
    • ‘I was the cause of the success or failure for the change.’
    • External Locus of Control : ‘Something else caused the success or failure.’
    1-
  • 29. Internal Locus of Control
    • Associated with successful management in North America
    • Are less alienated from work environment
    • More satisfied at work
    • Experience less stress
    • More position mobility
    1-
  • 30. External Locus of Control
    • Most commonly found in managers from Eastern cultures
    • Tend to use coercive power more than internal leaders
    • Perform poorly in stressful situations
    1-
  • 31. Core Self-Evaluation
    • Personality : The relatively enduring traits that makes an individual unique.
    1-
  • 32. Determinants of Personality
    • Some of our personality may be attributed to biology and genetics
    • However, people can make changes to their personality if they are determined
    1-
  • 33. Personality Traits
    • The Big Five Dimensions of Personality
    • Extraversion
    • Agreeableness
    • Conscientiousness
    • Neuroticism
    • Openness
    1-
  • 34. Core Self-Evaluations
    • Core evaluations subconsciously influence people’s appraisal of themselves, the world, and others.
    1-
  • 35. Core Self-Evaluation
    • Four Components
    • Self-Esteem
    • Generalized Self-Efficacy
    • Neuroticism
    • Locus of Control
    1-
  • 36. The Effects of Core Self-Evaluations 1-