MBA Managmenet Exam 1
MBA Management Exam 1
Terms in this set (28)
The tendency of individuals to expend less effort when working in groups than when working alone.
People who engage in social loafing, thus benefiting from the work of the group without bearing their proportional share of the costs.
When one or more individuals in the group withhold effort in the belief that others (the free riders) are planning to withhold effort.
Refers to the capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those of others, for motivating ourselves, and for managing emotions well in ourselves and our relationships.
Knowing your own emotions and internal states.
Managing your emoitions, impulses, and behaviors
Motivating yourself, emotional tendencies that guide or facilitate reaching goals
Recognizing and understanding other people's emotions
Managing relationships, adeptness at inducing desirable responses in others
Taking care in one's work and being scrupulous in dealing with people
How easy a person is to work with, how well they go along with group decisions
How consistent a person's emotional reactions are across situations
How easily a person deals with change and new ideas
Energized by being with other people. Enjoy being the center of attention. Often think out loud. Share personal information freely. Talk more than listen. Communicate with enthusiasm. Relaxed around other people. Respond quickly.
The degree to which an individual is willing to take chances and make risky decisions
The degree to which an individual pays close attention to, and subsequently emulates, the behavior of others (social chameleon)
Type A Personality
Engaged in never-ending struggle to achieve more and more in less and less time.
Manipulate others for their own purpose, rely on guile and deceit, lack concern with conventional morality, difficult to recognize
The extent to which a job requires different duties, abilities, skills
The extent to which a person is permitted to complete a piece of work
The extent to which a job is perceived by others as having value
The extent to which a job offers independence and self-determination
the extent to which doing a job provides clear information on performance
Flexible work options, retirement plans, benefits, create a "senior-friendly" workplace
Flexible work options, benefits, recognition, achievement, meaningful work
Flexible work options, opportunity for promotion, family sprit, clear area of responsibility, feedback, climate of trust
Flexible work options, fun, creative, diverse, team environment, training opportunities, current technology, involvement.
Have an advantage in the workplace and in leadership. Able to influence others.