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  • 1. Perception By Payal Chhabra
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    • There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.”  Aldous Huxley
  • 5. Meaning
    • The process by which people select, organize & interpret sensory stimulus into meaningful information.
    • The process by which people become aware of outside & themselves.
    • It denotes action or behavior.
    • People use impression to give meaning to their environment.
    • Different people have different perception.
  • 6. Perception Process
    • Input
    • Processing
    • Output
    • Behaviour
  • 7. INPUT
    • People
    • Conversations
    • Information
    • Events
    • Scenes
    • Feeling
    • Sensing
    • Hearing
    • Smelling
    • Taste
  • 8. Processing
    • Observation
    • Selection
    • Translation
  • 9. OUTPUT
    • Opinion
    • Attitude
    • Feeling
    • Performance
    • Actions
    • Values
  • 10. Managerial implications of perception in business situations
    • Hiring & Recruitment
    • Job Performance
    • Performance Appraisal
    • Leadership
    • Communication
    • Development of Corporate Image
  • 11. Schemes to Improve Perception
    • Emphasize with others
    • Postpone Impression Formation
    • Compare perception with Others
    • Engage in Open Dialogue
    • Develop Self understanding Apply Johari Window
    • Actively processing of Information
    • Reality testing.
  • 12. Johari Window Known to Others Unknown to Others Unknown to Self Known to Self OPEN BLIND HIDDEN UNKNOWN
  • 13.
    • Why do we bestow so much magnitude to perception at work, when we have been placed together to attain some common objectives and why not just work towards them and be convivial, why study personalities of individuals and how they think? While recruiting them we should ask each one of them to leave their discernment at home… just work and believe me it will make life much easier and conflict free”.