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    • Human relation
      • studies the behavior of people in groups .
      • H   Have self confidence
      • U   Understand the viewpoint of others
      • M   Make yourself the friend of all A   Admit it when you are wrong N   Never make promises you cannot keep R   Respect and courtesy are important E   Explain thoroughly L   Look, listen & learn A   Avoid arguments T   Try to be approachable and sociable I   Insist on selfless service to the community O   Others first, self last N   Never criticize in public S   Stress and positive always
    • Characterstics J Characteristics of behaviour
      • Job design
      • Self management
      • Participation
      • Task variety
      • Task identity
      • Task significance
      • Interdependence
      • Task interdependence
      • Goal interdependence
      • Interdependence for group.
    • There are seven characteristics to Behavior modification
      • There is a strong emphasis on defining problems in terms of behavior that can be measured in some way.
      • The treatment techniques are ways of altering an individual's current environment to help that individual function more fully.
      • The methods and rationales can be described precisely.
      • The techniques are often applied in everyday life.
      • The techniques are based largely on principles of learning - specifically operant conditioning and respondent conditioning
      • There is a strong emphasis on scientific demonstration that a particular technique was responsible for a particular behavior change.
      • There is a strong emphasis on accountability for everyone involved in a behavior modification program.
    • Industrial relations
      • Industrial relations is used to denote the collective relationships between management and the workers
    • Types of industrial relation
      • Worker to worker
      • Worker to employer
      • Employer to employer