1 edition of Psychology in the Work Context found in the catalog.
|Statement||Oxford University Press Southern Africa|
|Publishers||Oxford University Press Southern Africa|
|LC Classifications||November 30, 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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After all, profitability paves the way for growth and keeps a business competitive. Developmental theories contribute to our understanding of psychological adjustment and maladjustment through explaining how these vocational attitudes and competencies need to progressively develop and be controlled throughout life.
Ideal for an open book exams to quickly find concepts with the right information and in the right context. This entails that organisations implement procedures and structures to control employee behaviour. Such patterns of undercommitment include underachievement; procrastination; production impediments; fear of failure FOF and fear of success FOS ; occupational and organisational misfits and frequent absenteeism Bergh 2011:296-301.
CAUSES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ADJUSTMENT AND MALADJUSTMENT IN THE WORK CONTEXT The origin or development of psychological adjustment and maladjustment in behavioural patterns are theorised by many psychological schools of thought. The result of this is an increase in authority structures and, inevitably, these authority figures become more centralised as they take on and experience more stress.
The document contains the most important information and concepts of chapters 1 to 13. These contributions include intra-psychic characteristics and behaviour, possible psychological disorders and emotional difficulty or interactions that are problematic Bergh 2011:290. The cycle of conflict, withdrawal, reduction of communication channels, decreased standards and neglect of responsibilities continues until the conflict situations are solved or until organisations fail to do so.
As individual and organisational dysfunctions are interrelated — the diagnosis and treatment or intervention need to account for both parties. WORK DYSFUNCTION Bergh 2011:290 states that due to individual, psychological and interactional problems between individual employees and the working environment — people develop work dysfunctions.
Conflict situations between indiviuals and groups may lead to the experience of stress, psychological and even physical afflictions. Psychosocial factors in the work environment The psychological adjustment and performance of indiviuals and organisations is largely influenced by relational problems between individual employees and groups.
It focuses on assessing individual, group and organizational dynamics and using that research to identify solutions to problems that improve the well-being and performance Psychology in the Work Context an organization and its employees. Only Study Guide for IOP2604.
More individuals withdraw from their responsibilities including tasks and activities. Assessing consumer preferences, customer satisfaction and market strategies. The evasion of responsibility, along with decreased standards, lead to a further reduction in the standards of information dissemination.
The effects of continuous organisational changes and developments should also be considered — as they make specific demands on individuals to alter their adjustments.
It focuses on assessing individual, group and organizational dynamics and using that research to identify solutions to problems that improve the well-being and performance of an organization and its employees.
It should be noted that these troublesome factors are sequential and thus not mutually exclusive.