Self and Interpersonal Insight

Self and Interpersonal Insight : How People Gain Understanding of Themselves and Others in Organizations

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This study describes how people learn about themselves and others in organizations. It explores the meaning of insight as a way to enhance not only individual effectiveness, but also interpersonal relationships. The book addresses manager-subordinate relationships, group development and negotiation processes, and offers methods for training and more

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  • Hardback | 345 pages
  • 150 x 230 x 31mm | 645g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • New.
  • line figures, bibliography
  • 0195090772
  • 9780195090772

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Bridging the gap between social and industrial/organizational psychology, Self and Interpersonal Insight offers a practical, engaging introduction to the social cognition processes that shape our perceptions and behavior in a variety of interpersonal situations. Combining important research and years of experience in human resources and training, Manuel London describes how social information processing can be harnessed to create more effective human resource programs, and how it affects a person's self-image, behavior, and quality of interpersonal relationships. London offers practical suggestions on how human resource programs can be designed to enhance insight and recommends ways to track employees' reactions to major organizational and career changes while facilitating team more