Workplace Attitude & Behavior

Workplace Attitude and Behavior


Welcome to the “Workplace Attitude and Behavior” video course intended to aid workers across the organizational chart. This course, comprising five video lessons, delves into the many factors that contribute to our attitude and behavior at work. From the “Big Five” personality traits utilized by psychologists to the way we perceive our environments and the people in them, this course is intended to increase viewers’ self-awareness and social awareness when it comes to attitude and behavior at work. This program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP and 1 hour of recertification credit through the HR Certification Institute. The activity IDs will be made available upon completion of the course. Please be sure to note the program ID number in your online recertification file. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the SHRM website at www.shrm.org and the HRCI website at www.hrci.org.

Workplace Attitude and Behavior: Key Work Behaviors


Duration: 10 min.

Welcome to the “Key Work Behaviors” video lesson written to describe the four most influential work behaviors. This lesson is the first of five in the “Workplace Attitude and Behavior” series, which delves into the many factors that contribute to our attitude and behavior at work. In this lesson, the learner will dive into the work behaviors of job performance, organizational citizenship behaviors, absenteeism, and turnover. Ultimately, viewers will better understand the implications that these behaviors have on their organization.

Workplace Attitude and Behavior: The Problem with Perception


Duration: 10 min.

Welcome to “The Problem with Perception” video lesson intended to explain the flawed nature of human perception and the role it plays at work. This lesson is the second of five in the “Workplace Attitude and Behavior” series, which delves into the many factors that contribute to our attitude and behavior at work. This lesson focuses strongly on the way stereotypes, attributions, errors, and biases contribute to skewed perception. Most importantly, the viewer of this lesson will learn how these topics can impact their work relationships, work ethic, and their view of themselves.

Workplace Attitude and Behavior: The 5 Dimensions of Personality


Duration: 7 min.

Welcome to “The 5 Dimensions of Personality” video lesson, which summarizes the “Big Five” dimensions of personality and how they impact workplace behavior. This lesson is the third of five in the “Workplace Attitude and Behavior” series, which delves into the many factors that contribute to our attitude and behavior at work. In this lesson, the viewer first learns about what personality encompasses before individually going through the five traits—openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism. Ultimately, the learner will understand how each of these facets impacts their attitude and behavior at work.

Workplace Attitude and Behavior: Mood at Work


Duration: 9 min.

Welcome to the “Mood at Work” video lesson meant to outline how different traits and qualities impact mood—and subsequently attitude and behavior—at work. This lesson is the fourth of five in the “Workplace Attitude and Behavior” series, which delves into the many factors that contribute to our attitude and behavior at work. This lesson covers areas from self-monitoring to self-esteem, locus of control, and many more. Ultimately, the viewer of this lesson will think more critically about how their own moods impact them at work.

Workplace Attitude and Behavior: How Attitude Impacts Our Work


Duration: 9 min.

Welcome to the “How Attitude Impacts Our Work” video lesson intended to explain what contributes to the attitudes most likely to influence workplace behavior. This lesson is the fifth of five in the “Workplace Attitude and Behavior” series, which delves into the many factors that contribute to our attitude and behavior at work. This lesson covers an array of topics from compatibility to stress, relationships, work-life balance, and many more. Ultimately, this lesson should serve as an aid to the viewer to increase self-awareness and social awareness at work when it comes to job satisfaction and organizational commitment.
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