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1 Module V Leading Through Positive Attitude BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE

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2 Topics to be covered Understanding of attitude and its Formation Types of Attitudes 3. Effects of Attitude on behavior, Perception, Motivation, Stress, adjustment, Time Management, Effective Performance 4. Building Positive Attitude

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3 OBJECTIVES To understand the meaning of attitude To know about the Types of attitudes and their effect on Personality To know about the Importance of attitudes and their effect on work behavior To understand the connection between Attitude & Personality

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4 What is attitude? It is our disposition, perspective, viewpoint, or outlook. It is how we view the world

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5 Importance of Attitude 1Your attitude towards people influences your behavior towards them. 2Your attitude affects your level of satisfaction with your life and with your job. 3 Your attitude affects everyone who comes into contact with you. 4 Your attitude is reflected in your tone of voice, posture and facial expressions. 5Your attitude can affect your health. 6 It is your attitude that will make the biggest difference in your life—particularly when it comes to what you want to be, to do or to have 7Attitude is your way of thinking or behaving.

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9 Why are attitudes important at workplace 1 Attitudes serve as one way to organize our relationship with our world. For example, the attitude “I like working for this company” is very useful in guiding our behavior towards the company’s work. 2 Attitudes also enable us to reduce the vast amount of information that we possess into manageable units. All the beliefs we have about our company could be summarized as “I like my company”, and thus our attitude represents the combination of many bits of information for us. 3 We can use others attitudes to make judgments about them. It has been found consistently that the more similar our attitudes are to those of others, the more we like them. 4 Finally, people’s attitudes can sometimes be useful in predicting behavior, such as how they will vote in an election or which brand of car they will buy.

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10 Attitudes typically have three components . 1 The cognitive component is made up of the thoughts and beliefs people hold about the object of the attitude. 2 The affective component consists of the emotional feelings stimulated by the object of the attitude. 3 The behavioral component consists of predispositions to act in certain ways toward an attitude object.

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12 Types of Attitude

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13 Three Different Attitudes: Spectators with Neutral Attitudes 2.Critics with Negative Attitudes 3 Players with Positive Attitudes

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14 Individual Activity 1 Recall a challenge you faced in your interactions with others (whether on your current job, in a previous job or in your personal life). 2 Describe the situation , the other people involved, what was challenging about it, and how you handled it. 3 What were your actions ? Your thoughts ? Your feelings ? 4 What statements did you use ? In what tone of voice ? 5 What was your body language ? Your facial expression ? KEY WORDS HIGHLIGHTED WITH ORANGE COLOUR

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15 Now step back and look at what you've written. Were you a Spectator , Critic or Player (or some combination)? How could you face and handle a similar challenge in the future ?

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17 PSYCHOLOGICAL TEST ON ATTITUDE

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18 SCORING After giving your responses in the response sheet, do the scoring: Statement Nos. 1,2,3,4,5,8,9,10----1 point to A 2 points to F 3 points to O 4 points to N Statement No. 6 and 7--------------4 points for A 3 points to F 2 points for O 1 point for N

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19 Instructions Total your scores and note them in assessment record Based on the scores assess yourself as given in the next slide and record the same in the assessment record

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20 32-40 CONGRATS You have a winner’s attitude. Take pride in your approach .

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21 23-31 You have a tendency to feel dissatisfied with your achievements. Put in a little conscious effort and emerge a winner.

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22 10-22 There is a need for a change in attitude. Gradually try to change your mind set

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23 41-50 YOU CHEATED

Practice the following steps to build up and maintain positive attitude :

24 Practice the following steps to build up and maintain positive attitude Change Focus, Look for the Positive Make a Habit of Doing It Now Develop an Attitude of Gratitude Get into a Continuous Education Program Build a Positive Self-Esteem Stay Away from Negative Influences Learn to Like the Things That Need to be Done Start Your Day with a Positive

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25 Learning outcomes: Realize the Types of attitudes and their effect on Personality. Understanding of the connection between Attitude & Personality

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