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Daily Dose of Dave – Self-Disciplined

Daily Dose of Dave is brought to you by Dave Mcgarry who is an entrepreneur and passive income coach. Everyday Dave brings you a quick tip or something motivational to get you to take action to help you reach your goals and dreams of being a successful entrepreneur. Tonight will be the second Presidential Debate and there will be plenty of people debating afterwards who won but today I want to talk to you about debate in regards towards your life and business. The word today is “Leadership.” I make reference to the 3rd Presidential Debate and as John Maxwell says, “everything rises and falls on leadership.” Also, if you want to follow me you can at http://www.twitter.com/davemcgarry and http://www.facebook.com/internetmarketingadvisor.

 

Daily Dose of Dave – Leadership

Daily Dose of Dave is brought to you by Dave Mcgarry who is an entrepreneur and passive income coach. Everyday Dave brings you a quick tip or something motivational to get you to take action to help you reach your goals and dreams of being a successful entrepreneur. Tonight will be the second Presidential Debate and there will be plenty of people debating afterwards who won but today I want to talk to you about debate in regards towards your life and business. The word today is “Leadership.” I make reference to the 3rd Presidential Debate and as John Maxwell says, “everything rises and falls on leadership.” Also, if you want to follow me you can at http://www.twitter.com/davemcgarry, http://www.facebook.com/internetmarketingadvisor.

What Kind of Choices Are You Making in Your Small Business

Happy Friday everyone!

Today, I wanted to bring you a quick video from one of my mentors. John Maxwell is an expert on leadership and has written a number of best selling books. He also puts out these short videos in which he calls them ” A Minute with Maxwell.” I really like these short videos because in them he communicates a powerful lesson in just a minutes time. So, today I wanted to introduce to his “Minute with Maxwell.” Plus, I wanted to share with you this particular one he talks about because as a small business owner we do this everyday.

So, let me ask you, “What choices are you making today that will enhance your business?” Has the economy brought you done and have you blaming it for your lack of success? Trust me, I know how easy it is to fall into that trap, but as Maxwell says, “It is your personal responsibility for the choices you make.”

Think about that over the weekend and we will see you next week. Until then remember it is the choices you make that will determine your success!

To your success,
Coach Dave

A Minute with John Maxwell

I have been following John Maxwell for over a decade now and when it comes to leadership you will not find a better person to learn from than him. Recently, he has started what he is calling, ” A Minute with Maxwelll.” Each day John presents the word of the day and gives you a great insight into what that word means in just a minutes time. I have embedded today’s word for you here on my blog. The word is courage. Go listen and think about what he has to say and how you can implement his teachings into your life.

Make it a great day!
Coach Dave

Organizational Behavior in Practice

 

 

Organizations are social entities. Organizations are people. Organizations are places where people interact, form formal and informal groups, set formal policies and informal norms and work towards the achievement of organizational objectives of higher productivity, better customer satisfaction and higher profits in the case of business organization. Organizational behavior includes the study of employee behavior in organization, the organizational environment, the impact of organizational environment on employee behavior, the impact of employee behavior on organizational environment and the impact of macro business environment on organization and its employees.

The study of organizational behavior is very much relevant and significant for the following reasons:

  • Employee behavior is unpredictable and each employee has different needs, motivation, socio-cultural background, values, beliefs and personality. There cannot be one way of managing all employees as each has distinct needs and motivation levels.
  • Monetary incentives though important need to be accompanied by non-monetary incentives like praise, recognition to be effective in motivating employees for better performance.
  • Informal groups with their norms and cohesiveness have an impact on organizational productivity.
  • Interpersonal relations can be cooperative or conflicting, organizational behavior offers techniques like transactional analysis for establishing better interpersonal relations which result in better superior-subordinate relationship, better relation between co-workers and overall organizational environment of trust and team work.
  • Organizational behavior also suggests rewards and sanctions which can be used to achieve desired organizational results.
  • Management must set the code of conduct and proper ethics to ensure fair dealing with all the publics.

 

Organizational behavior with interdisciplinary orientation and contribution from behavioral sciences like psychology, sociology, anthropology, economics and political science is a field of study which can significantly contribute to improve organizational effectiveness.

 

 

 

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About the Author

Mr. Sunil V. Chaudhary

Lecturer

SEMCOM College Vallabh Vidyanagar

District: ANAND  (INDIA)