Identify Types of Groups and Group Characteristics. Two Types of Group Primary Secondary Why start a Group Group Leadership Group Member’s Role Common Problems and Solution Group Characteristics Communication Commitment Accountability. IA. Group Formation and Team Building.
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Two Types of Group
Why start a Group
Group Member’s Role
Common Problems and Solution
How Groups Are Formed
Types of Groups
Characteristics of Groups
What is a Workgroup
What is a Team
The Difference between Teams and Workgroups
The Effects of Management Regarding Organizational Behavior
How to Assemble a Team
Benefits of Teaming
Uses interpersonal skills to influence others to attain goals.
Are able to gain and maintain trust.
Are enthusiastic, exudes high energy and are committed.
Leadership is the process of guiding and directing the behavior of people in the work environment.
There are different theories of how leaders act such Fielder's contingency, Path- Goal theory, Normative decision theory.
Create a work break structure
Project management procedure
Monitor the project work plan, cost, schedule
Look for warning signs: look the signs that the project might be in trouble. This could be the following
Resolve the issues as quickly as possible
What is Project Management?
How did it begin?
Project Management Stages
Monitoring and Controlling
Healthy Workplace Environments
Improves Employee Morale
Trading Dysfunctional Conduct
Forming a Clear Message
Thank God It’s Friday
Abraham Maslow – the Father of Humanism
Hierarchy of Needs theory
Set a precedent
ERG Theory – Existence, Relatedness, Growth
3 Motivational Drivers - achievement, affiliation, power
Dual-factors of Motivation
hygiene & psychological growth
Biblical view of mankind
Triune nature that is created in the image of Almighty God
-Motivation is the process that maintains, directs, and initiates goal-oriented behavior.
- Extrinsic Rewards
- Intrinsic Rewards
- Other job related factors that affect motivation
- Relate, reward, and recognize your employees for all their hard work because after all, an unmotivated employee is an unproductive employee; and we want everyone to be their best.
Its important that businesses and companies have and find new ways to motivate their employees while in the work place, here a few different ways:
Recognition and Attention
Causes of Stress
Workplace ConflictFamily IssuesFinancial Problems
Symptoms of Stress
Memory & concentration issues, poor judgment, negativity, and anxiety
Irritability, inability to relax, overwhelmed, loneliness, and depression
Constant aches and pains, muscle tension, headaches, digestive issues, nausea, dizziness,
chest pain, rapid heartbeat, loss of sex drive, and frequent illness
Eating disorders, sleep issues, isolation, neglecting responsibilities, using alcohol, or drugs,
developing nervous habits
Physical Effects of Stress
Stress can have a significant impact on every single system in your body. Medical conditions such as: obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, migraines, generalized anxiety disorder, irritable bowel syndrome, reflux, and many others are caused by stress.
New employee orientation is usually performed by the Human Resources department or the department in which the employee will work. The orientation process teaches the employee how to navigate the company's structure and learn how the company operates.
Planning and Preparation
Analyze and Adjust
The costs associated with proper training and orientation should be looked at as an investment, shown in improved production and outputs.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSH Act) is administered by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Coverage is provided either directly by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration or by an OSHA-approved state job safety and health plan.
The Act defines an employer as any "person engaged in a business affecting commerce who has employees, but does not include the United States or any state or political subdivision of a State."
Common Health Hazards
set up comprehensive sustain programs
getting businesses to adopt relevant policies
obtaining management commitment
ensuring confidentiality and non-discrimination
supporting staff with AIDS/HIV
dealing with attitudes of coworkers
policy formulation and implementation
multi-sectorial involvement in planning programs
scope of formal and informal education
provision of sexual transmitted disease treatment and other special care
U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
What is HIV/AIDS
"Business Responds to AIDS" (BRTA)
the U.S. Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1986 (COBRA)
the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (VRA)
the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990
Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970
the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA).
IMPACT IN GLOBAL INDUSTRY
higher insurance cost
high levels of absenteeism
production to decrease
Costs in training new recruits
Job performance communication
What is Non-Verbal Communication?
The different Phases of Non-Verbal Communication.
I.Kinesics II. Paralanguage.