Question: We sometimes describe colleagues or friends as moody What do
We sometimes describe colleagues or friends as “moody.” What do you think it means to be “moody” from the perspective of Figure?
Relevant QuestionsConsider the list of positive and negative emotions in Table. Which of these emotions are most frequently experienced at work? What causes them? Describe your dream job and then provide a list of the types of stressors that you would expect to be present. Is the list dominated by challenge stressors or hindrance stressors? Why do you think this is? How do you tend to respond when you experience overreward and underreward inequity? Why do you respond that way rather than with some other combination in Figure? Which component of ethical decision making do you believe best explains student cheating: moral awareness, moral judgment, or moral intent? Why do you feel that way? Given your background, which of the decision-making biases listed in the chapter did you most struggle with? What could you do to overcome those biases to make more accurate decisions?
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