Assignment 3: Person-Situation Interaction There Are Six Ways In Which A Person And The Situation Interact To Shape A Person’s Goals, Thoughts, Feelings, And Behaviors. These Are: 1. Different Persons Respond Differently To The Same Situation
Assignment 3: Person-Situation Interaction
There are six ways in which a person and the situation interact to shape a person’s goals, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
1. Different persons respond differently to the same situation.
2. Situations choose the person.
3. Persons choose the situation.
4. Different situations can prime different parts of the person.
5. Persons change the situation.
6. Situations change the person.
As part of your answer:
Discuss what is meant by each of these dyads.Provide an example of how each one works.Assume you are a supervisor. How would you work within each of these situations with your employees to increase employee motivation? How would your decisions be affected by each person-situation dyad?Assume that you are an industrial/organizational consultant brought into the same office as asked to study these person-situation interactions in order to advise management how to best put them to use to increase employee motivation which research design would you use? Why is this design the best fit for this office situation?
Submit your response to the M1: Assignment 3 Dropbox by Wednesday, September 2, 2015. Your combined response should be at least two pages (500 words) long.
Assignment 3 Grading Criteria
Explained each of the six person-situation dyads.
Gave an example of how each person-situation dyad works.
Described the decisional process that a supervisor would use with their employees within the context of each person-situation dyad.
Discussed which research design would be the best fit to study the person-situation interaction within an office environment and why it is the best fit.
Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.