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Series of lectures on Organisational Behaviour for Bachelor Student at Euromed Management - Business School based in Marseille, France.

Series of lectures on Organisational Behaviour for Bachelor Student at Euromed Management - Business School based in Marseille, France.

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  • Stéphanie MITRANO-MÉDA Organisational Behaviour week 2: perception, attitudes & personality
  • Perceptions + Attitudes Sensing Interpreting Situation Behaviour Evaluating lity ersona P
  • MIS PERCEPTION
  • MIS INTERPRETATION
  • MIS EVALUATION
  • Perception process
  • Perceptions inpu t so infl urc uen e Attention ce Construction Interpretation perc infl eiver uenc e
  • Novelty, vividness & distinctiveness
  • Needs, motivation and... sp an ti on a tt en
  • Halo, Anchoring and... Bracketing
  • Prejudices and expectations
  • Process of attribution Stability Permanent Temporary Internal location External
  • Process of attribution Stability Permanent Temporary Internal ability location External
  • Process of attribution Stability Permanent Temporary Internal ability effort location External
  • Process of attribution Stability Permanent Temporary Internal ability effort location External luck
  • Process of attribution Stability Permanent Temporary Internal ability effort location External task luck characteristics
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  • Process of attribution eat gr OB Stability a et our ug ty Yo k a m m ar exa Permanent Temporary ve the Internal you ha ies to effort abilit eed succ location External task luck characteristics
  • Process of attribution eat gr OB Stability a et our ug ty Yo k a m m ar exa Permanent Temporary ve the orked Internal you ha ies to you w d to abilit eed har ed succ succe location External task luck characteristics
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  • Process of attribution eat gr OB Stability a et our ug ty Yo k a m m ar exa Permanent Temporary ve the orked Internal you ha ies to you w d to abilit eed har ed succ succe location tures he lec de to th e examas External t ject we you a re ma suceed sub on he lp you exam e only sed th evi in the r
  • What do you perceive ?
  • Attitudes & values
  • «Predispositions to respond in consistent ways to certain people, groups, ideas, or situations» (George & Jones, 1997) Attitudes
  • Attitudes Beliefs Perceived Affect situation Action Behaviour (tendencies) sys tem valu ief es bel
  • If you work hard you will be rewarded !
  • Values elicitation exercice Achievement Fun Integrity Reason Surrender Adventure Freedom Intimacy Respect Trust Beauty Growth Justice Risk Truth Charity Happiness Kindness Security Wisdom Community Health Knowledge Self-discipline other values Creativity Honesty Leadership Self-esteem Dignity Honour Love Service Ethics Humility Peace Spirituality Family Independence Power Strength Friendship Individuality Pride Supportiveness
  • Personality types
  • «The characteristics of an individual that cause consistent patterns in that individual’s behaviors over time». (Pervin, 1984) y on alit s Per
  • The Big Five personality traits Openness Open Closed (imaginative) (traditional) Conscientiousness Conscientious Careless (self-disciplined) (undisciplined) Extraversion Extravert Introvert (sociable) (reserved) Agreeableness Agreeable Disagreeable (compassionate) (self-interested) Neuroticism Neurotic Emotionally stable (emotional) (calm) http://www.outofservice.com/bigfive/
  • The MBTI personality traits Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Extravert Energy orientation Introvert (outer) (inner) Sensing Way of perceiving iNtuition (here & now) (possible futures) Thinking Way of making choices Feeling (detached) (attached) Judging Action Orientation Perceiving (with a plan) (as it comes) http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp
  • The Learning Style Inventory Concrete Experience Active Reflective Experimentation Observation Abstract Conceptualization
  • The Learning Style Inventory li ng Concrete Experience f ee Active Reflective Experimentation Observation Abstract Conceptualization
  • The Learning Style Inventory li ng Concrete Experience f ee Active hing Reflective Experimentation atc Observation W Abstract Conceptualization
  • The Learning Style Inventory li ng Concrete Experience f ee Active hing Reflective Experimentation atc Observation W ki ng in Abstract Conceptualization th
  • The Learning Style Inventory li ng Concrete Experience f ee Active ng hing Reflective D oi Experimentation atc Observation W ki ng in Abstract Conceptualization th
  • Behaviour styles
  • avi our Beh = able serv ality ob on p ers y on alit s Per
  • Image & perception of people
  • Social identity
  • Stereotypes
  • Behaviour styles people orientation fact orientation
  • Behaviour styles dominant easy going fast paced slow paced
  • Behaviour styles people orientation Expressive Amiable dominant easy going fast paced slow paced Driver Analytical fact orientation
  • Behaviour styles people orientation Expressive Spontaneous, Enthusiastic, Optimistic, Animated, Amiable Talkative, Stimulating, dominant Imaginative easy going fast paced slow paced Driver Analytical fact orientation
  • Behaviour styles people orientation Expressive Amiable Spontaneous, Enthusiastic, Dependable, Agreeable, Optimistic, Animated, Supportive, Calm, Talkative, Stimulating, Contented, Reserved, dominant Imaginative Easy-going easy going fast paced slow paced Driver Analytical fact orientation
  • Behaviour styles people orientation Expressive Amiable Spontaneous, Enthusiastic, Dependable, Agreeable, Optimistic, Animated, Supportive, Calm, Talkative, Stimulating, Contented, Reserved, dominant Imaginative Easy-going easy going fast paced slow paced Analytical Sensitive, Accurate, Serious, Driver Systematic, Likes details, Cautious, Persistent fact orientation
  • Behaviour styles people orientation Expressive Amiable Spontaneous, Enthusiastic, Dependable, Agreeable, Optimistic, Animated, Supportive, Calm, Talkative, Stimulating, Contented, Reserved, dominant Imaginative Easy-going easy going fast paced slow paced Driver Analytical Strong willed, Decisive, Sensitive, Accurate, Serious, Efficient, Competitive, Systematic, Likes details, Independent, Practical, Cautious, Persistent Desires change fact orientation
  • Behaviour styles & stereotypes people orientation Expressive Amiable R & catio n P Animated, Spontaneous, Enthusiastic, Optimistic, ni Dependable, Agreeable, Supportive, Calm, mu com Talkative, Stimulating, Contented, Reserved, dominant Imaginative Easy-going easy going fast paced slow paced Driver Analytical Strong willed, Decisive, Sensitive, Accurate, Serious, Efficient, Competitive, Systematic, Likes details, Independent, Practical, Cautious, Persistent Desires change fact orientation
  • Behaviour styles & stereotypes people orientation Expressive Amiableon i R & catio n Dependable,diat P Animated, Spontaneous, Enthusiastic, Optimistic, ni me Agreeable, Supportive, Calm, mu H R & Reserved, com Talkative, Stimulating, Contented, dominant Imaginative Easy-going easy going fast paced slow paced Driver Analytical Strong willed, Decisive, Sensitive, Accurate, Serious, Efficient, Competitive, Systematic, Likes details, Independent, Practical, Cautious, Persistent Desires change fact orientation
  • Behaviour styles & stereotypes people orientation Expressive Amiableon i R & catio n Dependable,diat P Animated, Spontaneous, Enthusiastic, Optimistic, ni me Agreeable, Supportive, Calm, mu H R & Reserved, com Talkative, Stimulating, Contented, dominant Imaginative Easy-going easy going fast paced slow paced Driver &d Analytical Strong willed, Decisive, &r Sensitive, Accurate, Serious, e Systematic,c Efficient, Competitive, n Likes details, Independent, Practical, Desires change f ina Persistent Cautious, fact orientation
  • Behaviour styles & stereotypes people orientation Expressive Amiableon i R & catio n Dependable,diat P Animated, Spontaneous, Enthusiastic, Optimistic, ni me Agreeable, Supportive, Calm, mu H R & Reserved, com Talkative, Stimulating, Contented, dominant Imaginative Easy-going easy going fast paced slow paced Driver & Strong willed, er &d Analytical gDecisive, na tor &r Sensitive, Accurate, Serious, e ma irePractical, Efficient, Competitive, Independent, c Systematic,c n Likes details, ina Persistent d Desires change f Cautious, fact orientation
  • Next week’s individual assignment subject ➊ Perceptions, attitudes & ➎ Conflicts in organisations personality hand in week 7 hand in week 3 ➋ Individual & group ➏ decision making & ethics Learning and motivation hand in week 8 hand in week 4 ➌ Organisational ➐ Power, politics & environment influence hand in week 5 hand in week 9 ➍ Organisational structure ➑ Leadership hand in week 6 hand in week 10
  • Suggestions for individual assignment Read chapter 2 in SNN. • Write about your own experience with one of the subjects presented in class : perception problems, stereotypes, process of attribution or behaviour styles etc.
  • Group assignment subjects ➊ Individual & group ➍ decision making & ethics Conflicts in organisations present in week 7 present in week 4 ➋ Organisational ➎ environment Learning and motivation present in week 5 present in week 8 ➌ Organisational structure ➏ Power, politics & influence present in week 6 present in week 9 2 groups to present each week
  • further Chapter 2 reading about today’s Chapters 4&9 lecture
  • Chapters 4&8 preparing for next week Chapter 17