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  1. 1. PERCEPTION PLAYS KEY ROLE INFORMING GROUPGroup Members:-Sachdev Tarun 103Ahuja Nilesh 62Shadi Sneha 104Rawlani Sanjay 101Galani Nitin 66Dulani Avinash 65 By:- Cognizant AchieversHIGH PERFORMANCE LEADERSHIP
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION“ WE DON’T SEE THINGS AS THEY ARE, WESEE THINGS AS WE ARE.”
  3. 3. PERCEPTIONThe Nature and Importance of PerceptionSensation is not the same as perceptionExternal Attention FactorsIntensitySizeContrastMotionInternal Attention Factorslearning & perceptionMotivation & perception
  4. 4. PROCESS OF PERCEPTIONPerceptualinputs-Objects-Event-PeoplePerceptual mechanismSelection InterpretationOrganisationBehaviourPerceptualoutput-Attitude-Opinion-Values.Characteristicsof the situationCharacteristics ofthe perceiver
  5. 5. TYPES OF GROUPSFormal GroupsCommand groupsTask groupsFunctional groupsInformal GroupInterest groupsFriendship groupsReference groups
  6. 6. PERCEPTUAL GROUPINGProximity principleClosure principle
  7. 7. PERCEPTUAL GROUPINGSimilarity principleContinuity principle
  8. 8. SHORTCUTS IN JUDGINGOTHERSPerson Perceptionthe term person perception refers to thedifferent mental processes that we use toform impressions of other peopleSelective PerceptionPeople selectively interpret what they seeon the basis of theirinterests, background, experience andattitudesHalo EffectDrawing a general impressions about anindividual on the basis of a single
  9. 9. SHORTCUTS IN JUDGINGOTHERSContrast EffectEvaluation of a person’s characteristics thatare effected by comparisons with otherpeople recently encountered who rankhigher or lower on the same characteristicsProjectionAttributing ones own characteristics toother peopleStereotypingJudging someone on the basis of one’sperception of the group to which that
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