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Attitudes and Values Chapter Overt message A A: Andrea Sides and Derek Brown. Imaginative vs practical 11 Privateness: To make this website work, we log user data and share it with processors. Currently this book is not available in Flipkart.
Likes a planned and orderly way of life than a flexible spontaneous way Flexible, spontaneous. It has been extensively revised to include new topics, examples, and case studies.
The book explores the core concepts and theories of organizational behaviour OB through managerial applications.
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Democratic, Building systems, Linking with others, Situation-specific 1. Personality and Personal Effectiveness Chapter 6. Relates more easily to the outer world of people and things than to the inner world of ideas. We think you have liked this presentation. Suspicious vs trusting 10 Abstractedness: Emotions have three components: Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using behabiour library card.
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Expressive component includes body language gaze, gestures, posture, and walk. It provides in-depth coverage of the issues and challenges faced by Indian companies in relation to different organizational units: Trait- aspect of personality that is considered to be reasonably stable.
Assertive vs humble 5 Liveliness: