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  • Leadership Emotional Rational

    (n.d.)‚ para 16). Rational leadership is defined as being in control of one’s self by having the power to control your brain‚ reasoning‚ and thought processes to actually think before you speak‚ act‚ or react to any given situation.  A rational leader is always reasonable‚ well grounded‚ and appreciable without emotional involvement.  Rational leadership is logical and factual and is solely based on the numerical‚ statistical‚ or sensible data that is presented.  Emotional leadership is defined

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  • Rational/Emotional Approach

    The Rational and Emotional Approaches to Change Introduction With globalization and present state of the economy‚ the organizations around the world are dealing with great challenges that affect both their established culture and productivity. The implications of new technology‚ new competitive threats‚ or industrial consolidation not only influence the financial ranks‚ but the way in which society sees the organization‚ therefore its sustainability (Hughes‚ Ginnette‚ & Curphy‚ 2009). To take

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  • Emotional and Rational Appeals

    Emotional and Rational Appeals Abstract In many studies‚ data has been led to suggest that rational messages may encourage the generation of content based cognitive responses and lead to attitudes heavily influenced by these cognitions. Studies have also led to suggest that people in negative moods are affected by the quality of persuasive messages. Using manipulations techniques‚ bad mood may result in a different interpretation of anything from a verbal argument to a literal message. Even though

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  • Rational and Emotional Motives

    Amalia dos Ramos 17830176 Industrial Psychology 224 Ms L Bailey 24 March 2014 Assignment 2: Rational and Emotional Motives INTRODUCTION When consumers think of ice cream‚ majority picture the brand with the enormous red heart logo‚ OLA. From an indulgent classic Magnum ice creams to the delicious Rich ‘n Creamy‚ OLA offers a large variety of frozen treats*. Magnum was owned by a Dutch UNILEVER company and sold as part of the Heartbrand line of products in most countires.* Magnum was launched

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  • Ambivalence

    Desires and Decisions The term ambivalence refers to the concept of uncertainty or fluctuation‚ especially when caused by inability to make a choice or by the simultaneous desire to say or do two opposite or conflicting things. This state of ambivalence manifests itself throughout people’s everyday lives. The choices and decisions one makes‚ whether it be small or large‚ causes a sense of uncertainty within him/her. Through this uncertainty‚ a feeling of tension forms with one’s sense of self.

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  • Rational and Emotional Approaches to Change

    Subject: S02d1                  Topic: Rational and Emotional Approaches to Change   Date: 17 January 2013  Introduction Leaders appear to make decisions based on what they may gain or lose in their leadership roles. This may mean being viewed as week or strong. Are they risk takers when it comes to their being viewed by their followers which goes against the status quo? Any changes may also be seen as a compromise of their values. Emotional Intelligence In 1985 Reuven Bar-on was reasearching

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  • Rational vs Emotional Decision Making

    Humans are naturally emotional creatures. Yet without the guidance and foresight that arises with using logic and reason‚ decision making influenced by emotions is often rash and destructive. Using logic and reason allows one to carefully calculate the payoff of each decision‚ as well as the potential risks involved. This can be applied to various situations in life‚ whether one is using logic in a game of chess or a financial decision in a business. However‚ countless instances in history and literature

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  • Emotional Intelligence: the Rapprochement of Reason and Emotion

    decades have seen increasing interest in emotion research. Although much remains to be learned‚ agreement is beginning to emerge regarding the way emotion should be viewed. Emotions provide a unique source of information for individuals about their environment‚ which informs and shapes their thoughts‚ actions‚ and subsequent feelings‚ and there is a growing view that emotion information can be used more or less intelligently. A notion central to emotional intelligence theory is that individuals

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  • Whiteness As Ambivalence

    Yet‚ one of the most noticeable points that the author also hedges upon is the major aspect of "Whiteness as Ambivalence‚”. While it is fascinating‚ to understand why Jews were not recognized as whites in America at first in the United States is not anything new given the history of the US how far it has come in terms racial equality. For example‚ the author discusses

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  • The Ambivalence of Abortion

    The Ambivalence of Abortion Whether or not abortion is morally right or wrong‚ the fact remains that a woman has the right to make her own decisions. If a woman decides to have an abortion it is her right to do as she pleases with her body. It is understandable that many may disagree with abortion being legal‚ but that is no reason not to allow others to have a different opinion. Nevertheless‚ the question of whether abortion is morally right should be left up the conscience of the woman whom

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