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Emotion ( Organization Behaviors )

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    • Presented By . Santosh Hanchanal Dayanand sagar college Of Engineering MBA (vtu)
    • Meaning A strong feeling deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others. Definition of Emotion According MC Dougal “Emotion is a mode of Experience that accompanies The Working Of an Instinctive Act”
    • Significance of Emotion  Motivation  Internal Signal  Social Signal  Leadership & Team Work
    • Significance of Emotion  Conflict Management  Decision Making
    • Positive Emotion Led to Organization Growth
    • Affect, Mode And Emotion and Their Significance  Affect, Mode And Emotion are closely Intertwined  Affect : affect is a generic term that covers a broad range of a feelings that people experience,  It refers any evaluative (positive or negative)orientation toward any object  It may be viewed as a quality (goodness or badness)
    • Mood  Moods states like emotional responses to an object are transistor or episodic affective reactions that occurs for Long Period
    • Mood
    • Mood
    • Mood
    • Emotions  Emotions are reactions to a person.  emotions when you are “happy about some thing, angry at someone afraid of something”
    • 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Emotions Caused by specific Event Very brief in Duration Specific and numerous in nature (anger, fear , sadness, happiness , disgust, Surprise) Usually accompanied by distinct facial expressions Action oriented in nature Moods 1) Cause is often general and unclear . 2) Last longer than emotions (hours or days). 3) More general (two main dimensions – positive effect and negative effect – that are composed of multiple specific emotions). 4) Generally not indicated by distinct expressions. 5) Cognitive in nature.
    • Significance of Affect, Mode And Emotion in organizations 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Job performance Income Distraction Memory Decision Quality Evaluation Cooperation
    • Basic Emotions Dislike Anger Joy Fear Distress Happiness Affection Surprise Shame
    • Negative Emotions leads to Stress Happiness
    • Negative Emotion May Demotivate People Angriness
    • Emotions Build Relationship Joy
    • Positive Emotions increases employ efficiency
    • Negative Emotions leads to Conflict
    • Video On Emotional Behavior Original Link
    • Emotional Intelligence  Definition  According to Daniel Goleman “Emotional Intelligence is the capacity for recognizing our own fallings and those of others, for managing our emotions and motivating our self ”
    • Emotional Intelligence  Involve a set of personal And social Ability of an Individual in Increasing Organization efficiency  It is the Tool of Motivation
    • Emotional Intelligence Self-awareness Social awareness Self-management Relationship management
    • SELF-AWARENESS “ NO ONE CAN MAKE YOU FEEL INFERIOR WITHOUT YOUR PERMISSION”-ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
    • Meaning of Self-awareness  Knowing your own emotions.  Understanding your thinking patterns and knowing thinking pattern you use in certain events.  Understanding your strengths and weaknesses.  Knowing what motives you and what you want.  Awareness of how impact/influence other.
    • Being Self-aware is to know:  Our wants Vs needs  Our strengths and weaknesses  What motives us?  Our achievements so far  How to relate to others?  Our needs to improve as a person  Our most important beliefs and values
    • COMPONENTS OF SELF-AWARENESS Learning styles Aptitudes for specific career values SELFAWARENESS Academic ability habits personality
    • WHY TO BE SELF-AWARE         Enhancing our thinking skills Predicting and dealing with problems Managing emotions Managing stress Maintaining a high level of emotion Developing leadership skills Being confident and openminded and Make informed decision.
    • Self-management  Adaptability  Achievement  Optimism  Initiative  Emotional Self-Control Competence  Conscientiousness
    • Social awareness  Empathy  Service orientation  Organization Awareness
    • Relationship management  Inspiration  Influence  Change Catalyst  Teamwork And Collaborations  Developing others  Conflict Management
    • Video On Emotional Behavior Original Link
    • Video On Emotional Behavior Charlie Chaplin (with Serbian sub).mp4
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