, group, and organizational.
OB is a horizontal discipline that cuts across virtually every job category, business function, and professional specialty.
o OB comes from a number of disciplines: psychology (largest), sociology, social psychology, anthropology, and others.
• Globalization leads to...
A. To provide the necessary motivation and direction, effective guidance and control,
and to evaluate success in teaching.
B. To present information on the growth and development of the child, not only mental
but also physical, moral, emotional...
: • The Guidelines firmly establishes the major as a science and reinforces a common identity within the discipline. Promoting psychology as a science is increasingly important given the enormous breadth of the discipline and the diversity of professional opportunities and psychological perspectives...
are unable to provide their children with the guidance they need to successfully grow and develop into proper adults.
While emotional development is integral to happiness, competence, both social and intellectual, plays a considerable role in success. Proponents of more stringent control often...
occurs gradually and sequentially within particular intellectual domains.
Turning to the theory's explanation of cognitive development, Piaget's theory explains cognitive development as the result of physical maturation and two basic biological, invariant functions: organisation and adaptation...
predictor of children’s academic achievement in first grade. 30 Thus, findings from both of these areas—emotion regulation and emotion knowledge—suggest that teachers should be made aware of children’s emotionalcompetence and the role that it can play in academic performance.
EFFECTIVE TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP ACROSS CULTURES:
THE ROLE OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE
Dr. Alexi Matveev
College of Staten Island
New York, NY, USA
Dr. Elena Lvina
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
New theoretical frameworks are needed to...
Ethical Issues in Psychology
Psychologists often work with vulnerable individuals in sensitive situations. An important step in becoming a mental health professional or consumer of psychological services is to be aware of the ethical issues faced by psychologists. If you are providing...
Purpose – This paper seeks to investigate the potential role of emotional intelligence (EI) abilities
within learning in teams. The research focuses on examining how EI abilities are enacted within team
contexts and how these are associated with critical reﬂection and team processes associated with...
to perform a specific role.
For instance, management competency includes the traits of systems thinking and emotional intelligence, and skills in influence and negotiation. A person possesses a competence as long as the skills, abilities, and knowledge that constitute that competence are a part...
. The Leadership Quarterly, 13, 243-274.
* Wu, W., Liu, Y., Song, L. J., & Liu, J. (2006). Effects of organizational leadership on employee commitment: The moderating role of emotional intelligence. Journal of Psychology in
Chinese Societies, 7, 283-306.
P. D. Harms is an...
ability to act positively with other staff and offenders requires these same emotional intelligence skills. A joint study investigating the work of federal correctional officers explains the role of a correctional officer in the following way:
…the dynamic security portion of their work...
After having studied psychology as a school subject i became more and more interesed in this scientific field and tried to improve my knowledge about it.
My first reason for choosing such a topic is the fact that i am really fascinated by psychological phenomena that can describe and explain...
* Attribution theory
* Equity theory
* Maslow's hierarchy of needs
* Incentive theory (psychology)
* Model of emotional labor in organizations
* Frederick Herzberg two-factor theory
Recently, has been greater focus on:
lead to physical signs of trauma
Physical – poor health, physical harm
Social – can lead to emotional harm
Intellectual – this may be caused by unsafe behaviour
Discrimination of any kind in my job role is not looked upon lightly if its towards another practitioner, a child, or families, all...
). Addressing professionalcompetence problems in trainees: Some ethical considerations. ProfessionalPsychology: Research and Practice, 39(6), 589–599. Jordan, A. E., & Meara, N. M. (1990). Ethics and the professional practice of psychologists: The role of virtues and principles. Professional...
. The ability to reach students effectively is a skill and will largely depend upon the teacher’s personal and professionalcompetence. Some of the basic points that helps a teacher to improve his teaching ability are:
(a) Knowledge of psychology of the students-
Basic knowledge of...
personal role orientation towards teaching as a practice.
6) The teacher is required to acquire adequate knowledge, skills, interests and attitudes towards the teaching profession. The teacher‘s work has become more complicated and technical in view of the new theories of psychology, philosophy...
each child can do given the stage of intelligence development they are in. My opinion is that this proposal shows gaps, because it cannot explain why young people or adults, who should be in the last stages of cognitive development, still remain in earlier intellectual and emotional growth stages. I...
, Assistant Director, Associated Students,
Does Student Leadership Participation Enhance the Development of
Michelle Breanne Curro
Emotional Intelligence is believed to explain how emotions may be used,
monitored, and measured to predict...