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  • Lifelong Commitments

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    consequences of decisions, and commitments to decisions. When asked to define how my future is affected according to my commitments, it took a great deal of thought to first decide how I viewed commitments. Webster defines commitment as "an agreement or pledge to do something in the future". With definition in mind, it is easy to see how commitments affect our future - they essentially create our future by defining its obligations. Upon this discovery, I pondered commitments I have made up to this

  • A Personal Commitment Speech

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    For my personal commitment speech, I wanted to talk about how committed I am to give my nieces and nephew everything that they need in order to succeed and go to college because their parents, my siblings, never did. I was going to talk about how getting an education is a crucial component to a comfortable lifestyle, and how important it is for me to receive an education in order to help tutor them and to have a stable career in order to financial support them, BUT then I thought to myself in order


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    A LIFETIME COMMITMENT TO PHYSICAL FITNESS A lifetime commitment to physical fitness can no longer be considered a luxury. It is indeed a necessity. What could be worse than the sight of a physically bankrupt forty-year-old executive recovering from his first major heart attack? With the aid of modern technology and a little hard work, a motivated person can become physically fit and avoid this catastrophe. I firmly believe in the lifetime commitment to physical fitness, and practice it as well

  • Organizational Commitment

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    Committed Employee pages 2 Both terms ‘Organizational Commitment’ and ‘Employee Commitment’ come from the same term and concept of commitment as described earlier in his study. Angle and Perry (Mar., 1981) have also summarized and stated the concept of commitment as The term “Commitment” has been used, for example, to describe such diverse phenomena as the willingness of social actors to give their energy and loyalty to social system (Kanter, 1968), for

  • Organisational Commitment

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    that change can fail as a consequence of lack of commitment of an employee to the organisation (Graetz, Rimmer, Lawrence & Smith, 2006).This literature review will concentrate on organisation’s people commitment as antecedent to successful change initiative, to show evidence to support the statement that developing organisational commitment helps people to cope in time of the change in an organisation. Several studies agreed that employees’ commitment is an important factor in the change initiative

  • Involuntary Outpatient Commitment

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    Involuntary Outpatient Commitment In 1955, over 559,000 individuals resided in inpatient psychiatric hospitals. By 1995, however, the number had drastically diminished to 69,000, (National Health Policy Forum, 2000). This drastic reduction was largely due to the discovery of antipsychotic medications in the 1950s, and the deinstitutionalization movement of the 1960s, wherein several thousands of mentally ill individuals were released from psychiatric institutions to return to their communities

  • Theory Of Organizational Commitment

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    2.1 INTRODUCTION The first chapter of this dissertation has indicated organizational commitment (OC) as the way to improve a wide range of positive organizational outcomes and in curing turnover and absenteeism problems. It is vital to have a thorough understanding of the overall concept of OC. Therefore, the main objective of this chapter is to provide a review on OC based on an extensive search of existing literature. This chapter starts with the theoretical background of OC and its definition

  • Personal Differences And Organizational Commitment

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    various personal characteristics and organizational commitment. In the meta analysis of the antecedents of OC, Mathieu and Zajac (1990) and Meyer et al. (2002) suggested that demographic variables play a relatively low relationship with organizational commitment. Meyer and Allen (1997) denoted that the personal characteristics, which can be measured by the demographic variables and the dispositional variables has little influence with affective commitment. Personal characteristics such as age, gender,

  • employee share ownership and organisational commitment

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    as one of their reward systems. This employee ownership scheme is also known to have positive impacts to employees attitudes as many scholars found that ESOPs can help to align employees’ interest with those of shareholders, increase employees’ commitment and satisfaction, hence increasing their loyalty and reducing turnover rate (Klein, 1987; Culpepper, Gamble and Blubaugh, 2004; Buchko, 1992). However, in their article, some scholars found that ESOPs do not necessarily have positive outcomes. Often

  • Performance Focused Organizational Commitment

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    Organizational commitment Meyer & Herscovitch proposed a general model of organizational commitment in the year 2001. They noted that previous organizational researches have been conducted with a lack of consensus in conceptualization of commitment. They argued that the researchers have commonly examined correlations between commitment and its antecedents without identifying the under lying mechanism. They found that especially when to investigation the development of commitment it was necessary