Unit 2: Managing Individuals, Personalities, and Motivation
Organizational behavior focuses on how individuals interact within a firm. As you know, different incentives motivate and influence individuals; some people strive for success or social status, others like to keep busy, and others are focused on simply making money. These are significant differences to consider if you are at the helm of a business, as they may influence how you motivate your workforce.
This unit will explore individual personalities and what inspires people to want to succeed in the workplace. You will learn the tools used to identify these traits and recognize that certain traits, such as the ability to handle stress, are more desirable than others in a work setting. Note that different organizations will value traits differently. For example, perhaps your organization values a sense of humor more! Knowing these traits and how to identify them in people will greatly enhance the success of a business.
Completing this unit should take you approximately 15 hours.
2.3: Employee Job Performance
Unit 2 Assessment
- Receive a grade