Job Posting Essentials
Should You Include Data Reporting Duties in a Job Description?
Do You Know How to Use a Job Description?
The Function of Job Descriptions in Maintaining Organizational Control
Why You Shouldn’t View Job Descriptions As Limiting Change
9 Common Problems You Might Be Facing With Your Job Descriptions
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Sometimes the behavior of other people can function as an antecedent to our own internal behaviors. When someone criticizes us, most of us experience a variety of negative internal behaviors. In short, it is important to observe all of your behaviors as well as those of others. Such a careful analysis helps point to the most effective intervention point. Record your observations. After you have collected several examples, it will be easier to see a pattern. + read more
Sometimes it is more efficient to alter or remove the antecedent that evokes a behavior. Thus, Ruth could have been more effective in reducing Betty's excuse-giving behavior by intervening at the antecedent point-the way in which Ruth herself gave directives. By making her own behavior the target of the change program, she modified Betty's excuse-giving behavior. Ruth focused her attention on the way in which she gave directives, which served as the antecedent of Betty's giving excuses. When she conducted a functional analysis, she had difficulty identifying the antecedents of her own behavior until she began observing her own thought processes and discovered that each incident of making a tentative directive was preceded by considerable physical tension and many negative thoughts. + read more
The more you understand the interrelationship between your behaviors and the behavior of subordinates, the more you can manage others by managing yourself. For example, if Jack is 20 minutes late, what should you do and say? If Jan produces a quality report, what should your response be? When you get down to basics, your primary and most powerful managing tool is your own behavior. + read more
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When you bring a person into your office for the first interview, how should that person be dressed? How should you be dressed? Traditionally, formal wear was ideal, but as offices become more casual, should interview standards change with the times? How can you communicate the correct attire to an applicant? + read more