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Status is (g)een voorbeeld: De invloed van status op de imitatie van gedrag

door Sanne Ponsioen

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Recentelijk haalde SNS Reaal het nieuws met een genoodzaakte nationalisatie door toedoen van mismanagement in de top. Ook de huidige aandacht voor het doping schandaal in de wielrensport laat het maatschappelijk bereik van onethisch gedrag zien. Om de escalatie van dergelijk gedrag te voorkomen is het belangrijk onderzoek te doen naar de processen welke de verspreiding van onethisch gedrag veroorzaken. Lees verder

Winners & Losers; insight into hierarchies – from the animal world to humans

door Roxana Bucur

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Hierarchy is among the most prevalent and universal features of human social organization (Leavitt, 2005). Ethologists suggest that the ranks in a hierarchy are attained by attributes of dominance (Chase et al., 2002). In their research using cichlid fish, defined to be dominant in a relationship is the one that chases, threatens, or bites, but receives no aggression from the other. Needless to say that this definition should be restructured to fit human patterns of behavior; it could be thus assumed that the position of an individual in a human hierarchy should be attained by the high ranked showing dominant behavior over the low ranked ones. Lees verder

TO BE OR NOT TO BE LIKED?

door Secretariaat

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Seeking status is a fundamental human motive. Lees verder

Spreken is goud

door Onne Janssen

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Medewerkers kunnen in de uitoefening van hun werk tegen problemen en onregelmatigheden aanlopen die correctie behoeven. Daarbij kan het gaan om allerlei kwesties zoals ondoordachte beleidsmaatregelen die verkeerd uitpakken, om producten, diensten of procedures die fouten bevatten, om frauduleuze praktijken, om onheus leiderschap, of om onveilige situaties. Vroegtijdige ontdekking en onderkenning van dergelijke kwesties kan veel schade en ellende voorkomen en de aanzet geven tot invoering van verbeteringen. Lees verder

Respect and status reinforcement

door Beheerder

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Considering its highly beneficial outcomes, status is a compelling resource that many of us seek to enjoy in organizational life. Those higher in a group’s hierarchy lead group discussions, raise their views and proposals with more self-esteem, influence group decisions, receive superior performance evaluations and enjoy higher salaries, bonuses or promotions. Lees verder

Speech styles and corresponding status attributions

door Beheerder

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An individual’s choice of speech style heavily influences public opinion about that individual’s personality and strong qualities. A powerful speech is usually direct and assertive, and is characterized by the avoidance of speech markers. A powerless speech, on the other hand, uses many speech markers such as hesitations (e.g., “well”, “um”), tag questions (e.g., “ok?”, “don’t you think?”), hedges (e.g., “sort of”, “kind of”), disclaimers (e.g., “This may sound strange, but…”), intensifiers (e.g., “really”, “very”), and formal addresses (e.g., “yes, sir”). Lees verder