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Please pick up and answer two questions out of six attached.

write 1.5 or 2 pages for each one, You must integrate multiple aspects of the course in each answer and across all of your answers.

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EXAM 1 Please answer 2 of the 6 essay questions below. The exam is open book/open notes. Your answers must reflect your own work and you may not discuss the exam or your answers with anyone else. You must integrate multiple aspects of the course in each answer and across all of your answers (readings, class discussions, etc.). 1. What does it mean for people to have individual differences and why is this important for understanding organizational behavior? Discuss some aspects of your personality and how it affects you at work and what you are doing about it. Are certain personality traits better or worse than others? Why or Why not? 2. How and why do emotions and biases positively and negatively influenced behavior in the workplace? How have/will you incorporate crucial conversation principles to be more effective at work? 3. Discuss several basic theories/principles of human motivation and how they relate to your experiences. What are some mistakes that people frequently make when attempting to motivate others and how can/will you avoid these? 4. Discuss one area of Emotional Intelligence where you are relatively strong and one where you are relatively weaker. Why is Emotional Intelligence important to professional relationships and how are you incorporating this into your professional development? 5. How and why is trust important in the workplace and what have/can you do to build trust? How trusting are you? Discuss a situation where you need to repair trust and your efforts/plan for doing so that illustrates effective methods to repair trust. 6. Discuss what it means for someone to be engaged with versus identify with their work/organization? Why should managers and organizations care and how can they use these concepts in mutually positive ways? ...
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Running head: EMOTIONS AND BIASES IN THE WORKPLACE

Emotions and Biases in the Workplace
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EMOTIONS AND BIASES IN THE WORKPLACE
Question1: How and why do emotions and biases positively and negatively
influenced behavior in the workplace? How have/will you incorporate crucial conversation
principles to be more effective at work?
Emotions and perceptual bias are natural human aspects that play different roles. Emotion
and bias affect such cognitive functions as planning, attention allocation and decision-making in
an organization. It is therefore essential to understand how our feeling and thinking affect the
people we interact with in our workplaces. Human beings are subjectively biased throughout
their evaluations on themselves and the kind of relationships they take part in. Emotions affect
the decision-making process. Emotions induce biases during decision making. For example,
anger and fear have significant, and sometimes, opposite effects on perceptions. Emotion and
biases also affect the outcomes of a specific venture. For instance, extreme negative emotions
affect how individuals value short-term results notwithstanding the long-term effects. Emotions
and biases also affect risk-related decision making. Studies show that low emotional experience
levels are associated with higher performance levels (Lerner, Valdesolo, & Kassam, 2015).
Emotions and bias affect our behaviors as they influence such attributes as thought,
physical responses, decisions, and actions, as discussed below.
Positive emotions like excitement have positive effects on an individual's relationship
with workmates. Positive emotions also are important to the organization as they bring about the
accomplishment of assigned tasks in time, enhanced intellectual functionality and persistence.
Emotionally intelligent individuals have positive emotions like self-efficacy, optimi...

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