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emotions, moods, team learning, and group dynamics

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BACKGROUND ONLY -- Activity Outcomes: compare and contrast theories and concepts of motivation to develop strategies for improving work performance. Evaluate theories and concepts related to individual differences, work performance and decision making. Examine theories and concepts of goal setting, feedback, and conflict management to develop strategies for improving organizational communication.

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Explore the concepts of emotions, moods, team learning, and group dynamics in organizational behavior.
Select 9 self assessments in The Self Assessment Library
(http://emp.byui.edu/BELLC/B_321/assessment/sal/index.html) that address these topics.
BACKGROUND ONLY -- Activity Outcomes: compare and contrast theories and concepts of motivation to develop strategies for improving work performance. Evaluate theories and concepts related to individual differences, work performance and decision making. Examine theories and concepts of goal setting, feedback, and conflict management to develop strategies for improving organizational communication.
EMOTIONS
Emotions refer to a mental and physical state that is associated with feelings, behavior and thoughts. There is an intrinsic connection of emotions with individuality, outlook, mood and nature. Emotions may be based on cognition or instinct, Emotions may be complex and are also related to the time for which the emotions occur.
Organizational behavior is directly affected by the emotions of the individuals that form the organization. If employees have positive emotions towards fellow employees, work teams and towards the organization as a whole the employees will contribute better and the organization as whole will be effective. Similarly, if the emotions of the top managers or leaders are positive towards the organization as well as towards the business environment, the decision making is likely to be productive. Most importantly, when the organization faces challenges, the emotions of the employees is vital in overcoming challenges.
MOODS
Mood is referred to a typical state of feeling. It is an emotional state that lasts for a period of time. Moods are defines in general ...

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