Essentials of Organizational Behavior
Steve Robbins' Self-Assessment Library (S.A.L.) is a unique learning tool that allows you to assess your knowledge, beliefs, feelings, and actions in regard to a wide range of personal skills, abilities, and interests. Automatically graded self-scoring exercises generate immediate, individual analysis that allows you to compare your results to those of others taking the assessment, This single volume of fifty research-based instruments is organized into three parts-What About Me? Working with Others, and Life in Organizations-and offers you one source from which to learn more about yourself. Following are some examples of assessments included in S.A.L., 3.0.: What's My Basic Personality? What Are My Attitudes Toward Workplace Diversity? What's My Decision-Making Style? What's My Emotional Intelligence Score? Do I Trust Others? What's My Negotiating Style? Am I Experiencing Work-Family Conflict? What Motivates Me? NEW FEATURES additional research-based instruments are included in S.A.L. 3.0. New save feature allows students to easily create an assessment portfolio. When taking the self-assessments online, students can view their own results instantly, and also see how their results compare to their class and to students around the world. Instructors can access view them both textually and graphically, and compare their class to students around the world. A completely revamped Instructor's Manual guides instructors in interpreting students' results-facilitating class discussions of results.
Author: Stephen P. Robbins
Edition: (Edition: 8th)
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Release Date: 2005-01-15