By Robert S. Rosenthal
By Laura Holte
Mitarbeiter sind die reichste Ressource von Organisationen, da andere Faktoren, wie z.B. Technik und Standort nur noch kleine Vorteile darstellen. Der Mensch ist allerdings auch die am schwierigsten zu organisierende und am wenigsten berechenbare Größe eines Unternehmens, da jeder Mensch unterschiedliche Fähigkeiten, aber auch Bedürfnisse, Ängste, Verhaltensmuster sowie Emotionen mitbringt, die im Verborgenen liegen und von außen nicht direkt erkennbar und steuerbar sind.
Es ist vor Allem die Aufgabe der Führungskräfte ihre Mitarbeiter zu Bestleistungen zu motivieren. Das Konzept der transformationalen Führung, welches mit positiven Leistungen von Mitarbeitern korrelieren soll, wird seit den 80er Jahren empirisch erforscht und diskutiert.
Die nachfolgende Arbeit wird dieses Konzept kurz erläutern. Die Autorin wird zwei Studien nacheinander analysieren, die Hauptergebnisse vergleichen und kritisch diskutieren, sowie einen Ausblick auf mögliche Bereiche weiterführender Forschung geben.
By Simine Vazire,Simine Vazire PhD,Timothy D. Wilson PhD
By Silvan S., PhD Tomkins
"...brilliant..."--Malcolm Gladwell, writer of Blink
"The writings for which this essay is out there as a Prologue fed on him from the mid-1950s throughthe finish of his existence in 1991. realizing it was once his ìlifework,î Tomkins conflated ìlifeî and ìwork,î reifyingthe superstition that its crowning glory could equivalent dying and refusing to free up for book long-completedmaterial. He knew the hazards linked to this obsessive, neurotic habit, and the implications have been as undesirable aspredicted. the 1st volumes of impact Imagery cognizance (AIC) have been published in 1962 and 1963,Volume III in 1991 almost immediately prior to he succumbed to a very virulent pressure of small mobile lymphoma, andVolume IV a yr after his dying. This final booklet comprises Tomkinsís knowing of neocortical cognition,ideas which are even now interesting, yet until eventually this present ebook of his paintings as a unmarried supervolume, almostnobody has learn it. the majority of his viewers had died besides the keenness generated via his rules. Bigscience is now extra a question of huge machines and unifocal discoveries because the foundation for pars seasoned toto reasoningthan substantial rules in accordance with the meeting and research of all that's recognized. Tomkins missed not anything from anyscience earlier or current that would lead him towards a extra yes figuring out of the brain. each idea,every conception deserved awareness if merely simply because major observations can loiter in blind alleys."--From the Prologue via Donald L. Nathanson, MD
Volume 1 of Springer's magisterial new two-volume version of Tomkins's magnum opus contains The confident Affects and The detrimental Affects.
By David Carment,Ariane Sadjed
By Sonia Roccas,Lilach Sagiv
What are values? How are they assorted from attitudes, qualities, and particular ambitions? How do our values effect our habit, and vice versa? How does our tradition and surroundings influence the connection among values and behaviour? those questions and extra are carefully tested through renowned and rising students during this major quantity Values and behaviour: Taking A move Cultural Perspective.
Personal values are cognitive representations of summary, fascinating motivational ambitions that consultant the best way contributors pick out activities, evaluation humans and occasions, and clarify their activities and reviews. the original good points of values have implications for his or her influence on habit. individuals are hugely happy with their values and understand them as with reference to their excellent selves. even as, in spite of the fact that, day-by-day interpersonal interplay unearths that people carry diverse, occasionally opposing, price profiles. those person variations are much more obvious whilst participants from diverse cultures interact.
The amassed chapters deal with the hyperlinks among values and behaviour from a cultural point of view. They overview experiences performed in a number of cultures and speak about tradition as a moderator of the relationships among values and behaviour. Structurally, half I of the amount discusses what values are and the way they need to be degree; half II then examines the contents of the relationships among values and behaviour in several life-domains, together with prosocial habit, aggression, habit in agencies and relationships formation. Part III explores the various moderating mechanisms that relate values to behaviour. Taken jointly, those chapters overview and synthesize over 20 years of analysis on values and behaviour, and suggest new insights that experience vital implications for either learn and for practice.
By Clay Routledge
Nostalgia is a subject that almost all lay everyone is accustomed to, yet, until eventually lately, few social scientists understood. as soon as considered as a ailment, nostalgia is now thought of to be a massive mental source. It contains revisiting in my opinion adored stories that contain shut others. while humans interact in nostalgia, they adventure a lift in optimistic mental states resembling confident temper, emotions of social connectedness, vainness, self-continuity, and perceptions of that means in existence. in view that nostalgia promotes those confident states, while humans event unfavourable states (such as loneliness or meaninglessness), they use nostalgia to control misery.
This publication explains intimately what nostalgia is, how perspectives of it have replaced through the years, and the way it's been studied via social scientists. It explores concerns like how universal nostalgia is and no matter if humans range of their tendency to be nostalgic. It appears to be like on the triggers and notion for nostalgia, and the emotional states which are linked to it. ultimately, the mental, social, and behavioral results of accomplishing nostalgia are discussed.
This volume provides the main accomplished evaluate to this point of the social medical learn into the advanced and fascinating phenomenon of nostalgia. will probably be of curiosity to a variety of scholars and researchers in psychology and past, and its available writing kind and interesting anecdotes may also be liked by means of a much wider, non-academic audience.
By Alfons Hollederer
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By Dondi Dahlin
Dondi Dahlin indicates us that we're all born with person rhythms that transcend the effect of our genes and upbringing. The 5 parts originated in historic chinese language drugs over 2,000 years ago--when students theorized that the universe consists of 5 forces: water, wooden, fireplace, earth, and steel. knowing those components is helping us remain in stability bodily, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally. by way of explaining the efficacy of wooden, the intensity of water, the enjoyment of fireplace, the compassion of earth, and the knowledge of steel, this booklet is helping humans comprehend themselves and shape lasting connections to others, answering the age-old query of why we do what we do.
From the alternate Paperback edition.
By Oliva M. Espín,A. Dottolo