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    1. You may have heard the expression: "If it is your perception, it is your reality." Please discuss this issue, and comment on how easy/difficult it may be to change one's perception. Share a related personal experience.

    Need a 200 word response. APA format. Please have an introduction, summary, and conclusion

    2. You are manager of a district that has just hired several recent university and college graduates. Most of these people are starting their first full-time job, although most or all have held part-time and summer positions in the past. They have general knowledge of their particular skill area (accounting, engineering, marketing, etc.) but know relatively little about specific business practices and developments. Explain how you would nurture the self-concepts in these new hires to strengthen their performance and maintain their psychological well-being.

    Need a 200 word response. APA format. Please have an introduction, summary, and conclusion

    *** The book reference is:

    McShane, S. L., & Von Glinow, M. A. (2013) Organizational behavior (6th ed.) New York, NY; McGraw-Hill/Irwin

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    Introduction: How the perception of a person becomes the reality for him is discussed. The challenges of changing perception are discussed. Finally, a personal experience related to change in perception is given.
    Summary: Perception is the ability to see, hear, or become aware of something through the senses. It is related to the five senses. It involves signals in the nervous system which result from physical or chemical stimulation of the sense organs. This is the method by which a person translates sensory impressions into a unified view of what is around them (a). If a person perceives something, it becomes real for him. For instance, if a shop employee perceives a person to be stealing, the ...

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