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part of my "organizational behaviour" assignment

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    Individual Stressors Individual Stressors Presentation Transcript

    • INDIVIDUAL STRESSORS
    • ROLE CONFLICT AND AMBIGUITY
      TYPE A PERSONALITY
      LOCUS OF CONTROL
      INDIVIDUAL STRESSORS
      LEARNED HELPLESSNESS
      SELF EFFICACY
      PSYCHOLOGICAL HARDINESS
    • ROLE CONFLICT AND AMBIGUITY
      Variety of Roles
      Balance between various Roles
      Conflicting demands on an individual
      Ambiguity: incomplete knowledge or information
      Lack of proper training
      Poor communication between hierarchical levels
      Intentional withholding of information
    • TYPE A
      • Competitive
      • Highly involved
      • Aggressive
      • Motivated
      • Ambitious
      • Time Conscious
      TYPE B
      TYPE A CHARACTERISTICS
      • Not very Competitive
      • Balanced Approach
      • Relaxed
      • Confident in Abilities
      • Less Dedicated
      • Unable to comprehend the urgency of tasks
    • LOCUS OF CONTROL
      INTERNALS
      EXTERNALS
      MASTERS OF THEIR OWN DESTINY
      NO CONTROL OVER THEIR ENVIRON-MENT
    • LEARNED HELPLESSNESS
      Martin E. P. Seligman
      Experiment on Dogs
      Relationship between FEAR and LEARNING
      Pavlov’s Conditioning
      Skinner’s Behaviorism
    • SELIGMAN’S EXPERIMENT
      ELECTRIC SHOCK
      RINGING BELL
      HAMMOCKED
      DOG UNABLE TO ESCAPE
    • SELIGMAN’S EXPERIMENT PART 2
      RINGING BELL
      FREE TO ESCAPE
      DOG DOES NOT TRY TO ESCAPE
    • SELIGMAN’S EXPERIMENT PART 2
      ELECTRIC SHOCK
      FREE TO ESCAPE
      RINGING BELL
      LEARNED HELPLESSNESS
    • SELF - EFFICACY
      Albert Bandura
      “the self-perception of how well a person can cope with situations as they arise”
      Low self-efficacy – those who think they are not capable
    • PSYCHOLOGICAL HARDINESS
      Person’s ability to cope with stress
      HIGH PSYCHOLOGICAL HARDINESS
      =
      TREMENDOUS ABILITY TO COPE WITH STRESS
      Strongly committed to Goals
      Internal Locus of Control
    • THANK YOU
      - Shradha Diwan, Class of 2010, IBS Kolkata