Case Study 1
Self - perception
Case Study 2
1.Describe your perception of the situation:
This situation has the potential to be awkward, but it is certainly salvageable. I think that mentioning Toya’s high level of responsibility and her ability to be a “self-starter” was a very good opening to this conversation about her first few weeks on the job. Making an interrogative statement about, “how Toya could improve her work” was a bit of a mistake in my opinion. It put Toya, who is already a bit insecure, on the defensive. Of course, Toya could have answer the question with something like, I would welcome any suggestion on my improving my work, but most people are not quite that confident, especially during their
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The first rule is feeling critical to motivation in employee work involvement. Most people want to be involved in making decisions in their work although some may not the responsibility that comes with accountability. I believe that the best way to obtain employee involvement is giving them expectation that people are competent to make decisions about their work regardless of their job title. As a supervisor, I can impress upon my employees that the people who makes decisions that can improve their work and be recognized for it. When an employee makes a thoughtful decision, you should never punish them for it. You may need to coach them and provide training and/ or information following the decision, but I feel that is wrong to damage your employees ‘s confidence, self-esteem , and trust by appearing unsupportive of their efforts. Trust is the second rule that find to be extremely important when you trying to encourage self-motivation. Trust is a necessary foundation for feeling good upon a person, cooperating with fellow co-workers, and experiencing teamwork within a group setting. Talking calculated risk and experiencing thoughtful communication go a long way to achieving trust.
3.How is self-concept affecting the interaction? Is it helping it? Hindering it explain.
Toya’s defensive attitude and “helper” self-concept affects the situation because of the mentor she is feeling the need to explain themselves and it focused on making Toya feel better