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Human Relations

interaction btw 2 or more humans

Total Person

someone that has emotional control, physically fit, self awareness, self-esteem and value orientation are interdependent.

Organizational Culture

company ethics, values and behavior

Scientific Management

the process of applying methodologies to remove non-value added activities in processes.

Hawthorne Studies

what the effect of illumination, ventilation and fatigue has on the productivity of people in the work place.

Self-awareness

the ability to recognize & understand your mood, emotions & drive and the effect it has on others.

Self-acceptance

accepting and liking yourself

Motivation

Drive

Trust

having faith in someone else - successful relationship

Self-disclosure

opening up to another person

conflict resolution

finding a solution to your values when compromised.

self - esteem

includes your feelings about your adequacy in the many roles you play in life.


There are two components: self efficacy and self respect.

Self-efficacy

the learned expectation of success.

Self- respect

what you think and feel about yourself.

self-concept

the bundle of facts, opinions, beliefs and perceptions about yourself that are present in your life every moment of every day.

developmental psychology

cognitive social, and emotional development during the early stages of a person's childhood.

External locus of control

when you believe that your life is totally controlled by outside forces and bear little responsibility for what happens to them.





Internal locus of control

when someone believes everything that happens to them is a result of what they have done.


They make decisions based on wrong and right - from their own standards.

Talent

any naturally recurring pattern of thought, feeling, or behavior that can be productively applied.

Strength

a consistent, near perfect performance of an activity.

Mentor

is someone who develops another person through tutoring, coaching, and guidance.

Guided Imagery

is one of the most creative and empowering methods for achieving your goals available today.

Visualize

to form a mental image of something

self-talk

when you talk to yourself in your mind (or mirror)

inner critic`

keeps a record of your failures and never reminds you of your successes.