Individual and personality

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NATURE OF INDIVIDUALS Individual Differences All human beings are unique and unrepeatable. No two people are alike in this world. But we share many similarities that bring us together despite the differences that we individually.
INDIVIDUAL: here are basic or fundamental concepts of organizational behavior, which we have always in mind to understand our own behavior and that of others within the organization.
Whole person: as people we are an integrated whole. We are body, mind, emotions or feelings and spirit, we have a personal life, emotional, family, etc.. Companies want to hire only the mind and hands of people, however, receive the complete package. A problem in any of the areas of our lives or one of our systems, affects the performance of other parts of our being. NATURE OF THE PEOPLE
Motivated Behavior: The behavior of the people always obeys the motivation to meet their needs. We can ignore the need that lies behind his behavior but that does not mean that there is. Now, people are motivated not by what they think they should do or have, but what they really want or need, material, emotional or spiritual. NATURE OF THE PEOPLE
Value of the Person and Human Dignity: ll aspire to be and feel "someone" nobody likes to be trampled on, go unnoticed or be ignored. The most precious gift that man has is his Dignity. Nothing can ... nothing should go against that dignidad.NATURALEZA OF PERSONS This ethical claim, confirms that people should be treated differently than other elements of production, for the simple reason that they belong to a higher order in the universe. NATURE OF THE PEOPLE. The shameful period of slavery in which a man subjected to another by force or power, no longer justified in the civilized world. Human decisions can not and should not ignore the value of people. NATURE OF
ORGANIZATIONS: Social YSTEMS. Organizations are social systems governed by sociological and psychological principles. Among them there are two types of systems: Formal (Formal formal organization or structure) and the Informal (Informal Organization or informal groups).
Organizations are social systems and dynamic. All parts of the system are interdependent and influence each other. All the elements are interrelated and interact with the context surrounding the organization.
NATURE OF ORGANIZATIONS:
visible aspects: Strategy. Objectives, Policies and Procedures, Structure, Technology .. Hidden Aspects: Attitudes, Perceptions, group norms, informal interaction, and Interpersonal Conflict between Groups, Chain of Command
NATURE OF ORGANIZATIONS: Mutual Interest. When people become part MEMBER OF THE
ón bring their own goals, just as the organization pursues its goals and organizational objectives (business). To achieve their goals, organizations need people in the same way that these organizations require to meet their individual goals. The interest of both parties must find a matching point, becoming a mutual interest where both gain through higher targets generated by the integration of people and organization.




FOUNDATIONS OF BEHAVIOR: biographical characteristics: age, gender, marital
skills: They are available in personnel records: it is concluded that this information, the age seems to have no relation with the productivity of older workers quit less, the married employees have little <absences, less turnover, they feel more satisfied in work than single men. All these data can be used when hiring an ability empleado.La directly influences the level of performance and satisfaction of employment by the ability to adapt to this job.
PRODUCTIVITY: Productivity, absenteeism, turnover, SATISFACTION .. the same with age, gender, marital status.
personality: a set of characteristics that define and identify a person and establish their difference from others. But to be more scientific in defining basémonos Gordon Allport, "Personality is the dynamic organization within the individual of those psychophysical systems that determine his unique adjustments to his environment." DEFINITION: The sum total of the ways in which an individual otros.Personalidad reacts and interacts with.
Traits: Physical (biological) such as: race, height, complexion, hair type and color, type and eye color, distinguishing marks such as moles, warts, scars, etc.. Psychic (psychological) Such as: your temperament, his character, his intellectual capacity, and so on.Socio-Cultural (axiological) Such as: education, culture, beliefs and values, and so on. Two factors have a decisive influence in shaping our personalities and the Environment Heritage

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