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1. What do you think is the organizational behavior problem or opportunity in an organization like Netflix? And Why? What would you say would be the best course of action to address the opportunity or problem.

2. Identify at least 2 goals that you have set for yourself. Discuss these goals within the context of the five characteristics of effective goals. How will you know if you achieve the goals that you have set for yourself?
- What are the two possible attributions of poor performance? What are the implications of each?
- How can managers and supervisors best provide useful performance feedback?
- If a conflict occurred between your self-evaluation and the evaluation given to you by your supervisor or instructor, how would you respond? What specifically would you do?
- In your own work or school experience, what have you learned from your supervisor during the past several weeks? What techniques did your instructor or supervisor use to help you learn?

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