CASE- I A DIAMOND PERSONALITY
Q1: What factors do you think attributed to Suraj bhai’s success? Was he merely ``in the right place at the right time’’, or are there characteristics about him that contribute to his success?
Following factors have contributed to success of Suraj Bhai.Self Belief :
These are established perception about the attitude object. What you Believe to be true.
✓ Intention to learn : Surajbhai has intention to keep on learning. This was the biggest factor in his success. He worked hard for receiving his Diamond & Diamondgrading certification from Gemological Institute. He also learned English Language to overcome communication ...view middle of the document...
Hi is a definitely A diamond personality.
Suraj bhai moved from his native town Suraj, to New Delhi, with little ability to speak English. There, he attended language courses and worked at the local mall to support himself. After graduation, his roommate’s girlfriend suggested that he work at a local jeweler. who took her advice. Though he worked hard and received his Diamonds and Diamonds Grading certification from the Gemological Institute, he wasn’t satisfied with his progress. `He quickly realized that working there, he was just going to get a salary with a raise here and there. He would never become anything. That drove Him to explore other business ventures. He also came to really known diamonds – their pricing and their quality.’’
Q4: What information about Suraj bhai suggests that he has a proactive personality?
Below information about Suraj bhai suggests that he has a proactive personality
Suraj bhai is keeping his success in perspective, but he also realizes his business’ potential: ``I take a very small salary, and our overhead in INR 25 million a year. I am not in debt, and the business is breaking ever. I care about the company. I want to keep everything even until we take off, and then it may be another ball game.’’
CASE-II BULLYING BOSSES
Q1: Of the three types of organizational justice, which one does workplace bullying most closely resembles?
Out of the three types of organizational justice, bullying most closely resembles interactional justice in which the individual’s perception of the degree to which he or she is treated with dignity, concern and respect. What one person may see as unfair another may see as perfectly appropriate.
Q2: What aspects of motivation might workplace bullying reduce? For example, are there likely to be effects on employee’s self efficacy? If so, what might those effects be?
Workplace bullying may reduce an employee’s esteem, safety and security, and self actualization according to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Workplace bullying can also affect one’s self efficacy. An employee with low self efficacy, when bullied, can experience a decline in their already low self efficacy which may decrease his/her need for achievement, need for power, and need for affiliation based on McClelland’s theory of needs. There are not too many people, which if they are being bullied would want to achieve a new position, attain power, or even want to belong to such a company where other employee’s are bullies.
Q3: If you were a victim of workplace bullying, what steps would you take to try to reduce its occurrence? What strategies would be most effective? What strategies might be ineffective? What would you do if one of your colleagues was a victim of an abusive supervisor?
If I were a victim of workplace bullying, I would first approach my bully and inform him/her of the inappropriate...