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Human behaviour ppt

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    • Introduction
      • Concerned with wide variety of behavior and mental process
      • Excellence and Efficiency
      • Satisfaction and self fulfillment among the individual
      • Human skills applied to management
      • Non scientific and modern scientific
    • Definition
      • Human nature is the concept that there are a set of logical characteristics, including ways of thinking, feeling and acting that all normal human beings have in common.
      • The sum of qualities and traits shared by all humans.
      • the ways of thinking, acting, and reacting that are common to most or all human beings or that are learned in social situations
    • Study of Human Nature
      • To understand why people behave in a particular way.
      • every individual behaves differently.
      • E.g.: some are optimistic whereas some are pessimistic
      • 2 . To understand individuals differences.
      • No two people in an identical situation behave in a same way.
      • Helps us to deal with individuals accordingly
      • 3.To understand various internal processes
      • Studying different human beings
      • Helps people to understand internal processes of human being.
      • 4.To understand why people work
      • Some people work for money and some for satisfying themselves
      • Learning human nature teaches how to motivate people and fulfill their potentialities
      • 5.To study the changes in the organization
      • Helps us to bring a desired and voluntary change in the organization and also in individuals.
      • 6.Help organization and individuals in a mutually accepted in the expected direction.
      • Understand people and provide them with job
    • Foundation of Human Nature
      • Primary and secondary dimensions of individual differences
      • Primary dimension
      • Personal characteristics have impact throughout our lives. For e.g. showing authority.
      • associated with prejudices or stereotypes.
      • 2.Secondary dimension
      • Characteristics that people acquire throughout their lives
      • These include family, education, work style.
    • Individual differences in modern organization
      • Concerned with basic differences
      • Knowledge of an employee
      • Modification of managers and to suit individual abilities.
      • Differences in physique
      • Physical character differs
      • 2.Differences in achievement
      • Differences in individual’s interest ,skill and ability
      • 3.Differences in intelligence
      • An ability to learn, remember, reciprocate of what one has already learned.
      • 4.Differences in interest
      • Depending on culture, sex, social environment individual’s have different meeting
    • Concepts of Human Behavior
      • Human life is a continuous process
      • Culture, ethic, gender identity helps us to understand people
      • People play active part in creating their experiences
      • Every human being is different yet the same
      • Human behavior is adaptive or mal-adaptive
      • Behavior is motivated
      • Human beings are biological
    • Periods of human life span
      • each stage the life passes more or less evenly until there is a transition to a new stage.
      • In every stage there are difference experience according to the conditions.
    • Different stages of a human life
      • Infancy (1-2 years)
      • Toddler (2-4 years)
      • Early school age (5-7 years)
      • Middle school age (8-12 years)
      • Early adolescence (13-17 years)
      • Later adolescence (18-25 years)
      • Early adulthood (25-30 years)
      • Middle adulthood (30-50 years)
      • Later adulthood (50 and up)
    • Early ages
      • Infancy(1-2 years)
      • First stage
      • Surrounding the baby with care
      • Toddler (2-4 years)
      • Prepares for the further life
      • Builds its character, habits and skills for his life ahead
    • School age
      • 3.Early school age
      • Learning the basic way of communicating written or oral
      • Gets acquainted with various subjects
      • 4. Middle school age
      • Not only being good in academics but also being good in as a human being
      • Love people of different sex, age, etc
    • Adolescence 5. Early adolescence
      • Confused of being a child or an adult
      • Physically changes takes place
      6. Later adolescence
      • Completion of education and start in their own independent way
      • Find a suitable friend for the whole life
    • Adulthood 7.Early adulthood
      • young man and a lady decide to get married
      • adapting each other
      8. Middle adulthood
      • critical point is when a child is born
      • Most responsible period
      • 9. Later adulthood
      • Work less, rest more
      • Children leave their parent home and they stay all alone
    • Presented by - Nandini Iyer 32 Divya Jain 33 Pratyusha 38 Kirti Kothari 44 Michelle Leon 48 Nupoor Mehra 52