When a manager makes the attribution that an employee's lack of effort or ability is the basis for poor performance, they are probably making an error called:
As a manager that understands the implications of self-esteem on work behavior, you should:
give them appropriate challenges and opportunities for success
When a student attributes a high test grade to his or her diligent study habits and a low grade to the instructor's poorly worded questions, the student is displaying:
Which of the following results regarding impression management and employment interviews has not been supported by research?
Impression management is associated with higher starting salaries.
Denise and Teresa are two students in a course on organizational behavior. Denise outperforms Teresa on the first exam in OB, and Teresa convinces herself that Denise is not really a good person to compare herself to because Denise is a psychology major and Teresa is majoring in accounting. Which of the following is the best explanation for Teresa's reaction?
Teresa's high self-esteem is protecting her from this unfavorable comparison
Suppose, for example, that a sales manager is evaluating the performance of his employees. One employee does not get along well with colleagues and rarely completes sales reports on time. This employee, however, generates the most new sales contracts in the office. The sales manager chooses to ignore the negative information and evaluates the salesperson only on contracts generated. The manager is exercising:
The ability of an individual to perceive multiple characteristics of another person rather than attend to just a few traits is a function of their:
Generalized self-efficacy is the:
belief about one's own capabilities to deal with the events and challenges that make life demanding
The basic preference in type theory that represents where you get your energy is the:
According to the proponents of interactional psychology, all of the following are correct except:
behavior is a function of heredity and physical stature
According to the MBTI a successful top executive is likely to be a/an:
extrovert, sensor, thinker, and judger
What is considered the single best predictor or work performance across many occupations studied both here in the United States and across different cultures?
Susan was reflecting on Jim's behavior in her recent meeting with Jim regarding his performance review. Normally Jim is outgoing, sure of himself, and Susan would consider him high on indicators of CSE. Jim however, was rather subdued and quiet during the review. Jim's behavior could best be explained as a result of:
Jim is a high self monitor
The extent to which people base their behavior on cues from other people and situations refers to:
Increasing workforce diversity is likely to reduce __________ as a barrier to social perception.
Assume you are an employment interviewer. An applicant's physical appearance could cause you to commit an incorrect hiring decision because of all of the following except:
An employee who does not get along well with other employees but generates the most sales is evaluated only on sales performance. This is an example of:
When a female softball player is given more applause for a home run hit than a male teammate, the reason would most likely be due to:
contrast against a stereotype
Which type of situation is interpreted the same way by different individuals, evoking agreement on the appropriate behavior in the situation?
In which of the following situations are situational cues and social context most formalized?