Reflection Of Organizational Behavior

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First, this essay explores several components consisting of lessons learned in relation to individual behavior, organizational behavior, and organization structure. Personality insights provide self-awareness and predict how one’s personality traits influence individual behavior. It is also helpful in predicting how an individual manages interpersonal skills to effectively work with others. Next, organizations differ in structure, personnel, and other factors, which impact workplace behavior and interpersonal interactions. Therefore, this essay demonstrates how a comprehensive understanding of one’s behavior and the organizational behavior will lead to better relations among employees, co-workers, and mangers. Finally, a biblical analysis…show more content…
The leadership and team skills section revealed that I am highly task-oriented versus people-oriented, but I think that I am an adaptive, situational leader who is able to effectively balance people and tasks in a way that does not neglect either dimension. Hersey and Kenneth Blanchard, behavioral theorists, argue that there is no specific leadership style that is the best and that effective leadership behavior depends on the situation as it relates to tasks and people (Ramakanth, 1988). "Good use of reference, supports the…show more content…
Organizations differ in structure, culture, personnel, missions, and various factors. One of the most important components of an organization is diversity, ranging from demographic backgrounds to the knowledge, skills, and attributes of its employees. My ability to fit into an organization determines how well I am able to become a productive asset to my team and the organization as a whole. Likewise, the ability of others to understand their environment and respond in the best appropriate manner maximizes combined efforts and supports organizational goals. “The relationship-centered workplace requires that you understand those around you… you must rely heavily on others and be tuned in to each individual’s needs, preferences, and styles” (Kroeger, Thuesen, & Rutledge, 2002).
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