By Manuel London
Comparing and making judgements approximately people are key facets of doing company, specifically for managers and human source pros. business and organizational psychologists devise systematic easy methods to eliminate human error in judgment, akin to biases and stereotypes. despite the fact that many selections approximately individuals are now not made via specialists utilizing ordinary approaches. even if they're, human judgment is unavoidable. This ebook examines the social mental dynamics of individual notion that underlie how humans assessment others in enterprises. It includes unique articles from top specialists in social, business, and organizational psychology. The booklet starts by means of reading easy rules and approaches of social cognition and individual notion, similar to schemas, stereotypes, automatic/mindless info processing, the perceiver's motivation and impact, and situational stipulations. It then applies those principles to key parts of industrial operations. assisting readers comprehend and advance how you can increase the way in which humans verify and make judgements approximately others, this e-book: * covers the interview, govt advertising judgements, and evaluate facilities; * examines functionality value determinations and multisource (360 measure) suggestions scores; * addresses management cognitions, selecting education wishes, training, and coping with challenge staff; and * contains chapters on cultural sensitivity, negotiations, team dynamics, and digital groups.
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Scullen 155 Page viii IV DEVELOPMENTAL PROCESSES 8 Leadership and Perceiver Cognition: Moving Beyond First Order Constructs Douglas J. Brown and Robert G. Lord 181 9 Training Effectiveness: Assessing Training Needs, Motivation, and Accomplishments Kurt Kraiger and Herman Aguinis 203 10 Coaching in Organizations James W. Smither and Susanne P. Reilly 221 11 Understanding, Assessing, and Intervening with Problem Employees Zvi Strassberg 253 V INTERPERSONAL INTERACTIONS 12 Cultural Frames and Values Affecting Employment Practices Sumita Raghuram 279 13 Frame Attribution and Positional Framing in Negotiation Jeff T.
D. in 1986 in psychology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and has held positions as research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and as a visiting assistant professor at the Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago. His research interests are behavioral decision making (including judgment under risk and uncertainty, and psychological models of economic behavior) and human resource management (including job performance feedback systems). He has published in such journals as Acta Psychologica, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Management Science.
Senders and Neville P. Moray Human Error: Cause, Prediction, and Reduction Page iv This page intentionally left blank Page v HOW PEOPLE EVALUATE OTHERS IN ORGANIZATIONS Edited by Manuel London State University of New York at Stony Brook Page vi Copyright © 2001 by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc All right reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form, by photostat, microfilm, retrieval system, or any other means, without prior written permission of the publisher. , Publishers 10 Industrial Avenue Mahwah, NJ 07430 Cover design by Kathryn Houghtaling Lacey Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data How people evaluate others in organizations / edited by Manuel London.