Course details

Individual Behavior in Organizations

Individual Behavior in Organizations


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
Course Number
Expertise Level



Overview/Description
In an ideal world, all the day-to-day HR tasks – such as recruitment, talent management, and succession planning – are defined and aligned with the goals of the organization. This is an aspect of transformational human resources, or transformational HR, that will help optimize your talent pipeline. In this course, you'll learn about variables and characteristics that influence individual behavior, attitude, and perception in the workplace, and how these can affect performance. The course also demonstrates how you can improve the attitudes, perceptions, and behaviors of employees at an individual level to align with organizational goals.

Target Audience
Human Resource personnel, managers, supervisors, team members, and anyone who is interested in improving the individual and group behavior within their organization.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
0.4

Lesson Objectives

Individual Behavior in Organizations

  • recognize how biographical characteristics and abilities affect an individual's performance within an organization
  • match personality traits to expected individual's performance within an organization
  • determine the factors driving an individual's perceptions in the workplace
  • recognize ways to improve an individual's perceptions in an organization
  • determine the factors influencing an individual's attitude towards work
  • identify the appropriate actions to take to improve an individual's attitude towards work
  • Course Number:
    ahr_02_a04_bs_enus

    Expertise Level
    Everyone