Published on June 27, 2014
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS external Locus of control Exploration of possibilities
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS Any behavior that is learned can be changed. Locus of Control is a socially learned behavior. Changing the locus of control
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS The conditions for change include: (a) a desire to change, (b) clarity about the direction of desired change, (c) a clear idea of the present condition, and (d) knowledge of the process or mechanisms of change. Changing the locus of control
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS People can be supported in their change process by (1) pointing out the implications of external and internal orientations; by (2) facilitating self-awareness, feedback, and assessment; and by (3) providing mechanisms for change. Changing the locus of control
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS 1. POINTING OUT THE IMPLICATIONS SUPPORTING THE CHANGE
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS FINDINGS OF RESEARCH ON Locus of control
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS Externally oriented individuals are more apt to express unrealistic occupational aspirations. Externals are less able to cope with the demands of reality. Locus of control affects behavior on the job. Externals are slower to adopt innovations and new practices. FINDINGS FROM RESEARCH
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS When appointed as leaders, externals rely more on the usage of coercive power and threats, indicating their perceived expectancy of successful influence. FINDINGS FROM RESEARCH
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS Externals tend to pick partners of inferior ability and are less conﬁdent of the outcomes when relinquishing their personal control, as their fate is perceived as largely influenced by powerful others. FINDINGS FROM RESEARCH
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS Most of the research indicates that people are handicapped by an external orientation, by failing to exercise control over their environments. Such people do not experience the psychological success that enables them to feel satisﬁed or truly successful in their work. FINDINGS FROM RESEARCH
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS • Because externals do not perceive outcomes as being the result of their actions, they assume less responsibility for the consequences of their actions. • The extremely externalized person may blame outside factors as a defense against admitting personal inadequacies and may be passive in environmental difﬁculties. CHARACTERISTICS OF externals
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS What are your impressions on these ﬁndings? OPEN CONVERSATION
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS self-awareness 2. Facilitating SUPPORTING THE CHANGE
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS inventory Locus of control
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS I (Internal) A person with an internal orientation believes that his or her future is controlled by him/herself and from within. EO (External-Others) A person with an external-others orientation believes that his or her future is controlled by powerful others. EC (External-Chance) A person with an external- chance orientation believes that his or her future is controlled primarily by luck or chance.
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS How is this second test helping me ﬁgure out where I stand and what to do next? OPEN CONVERSATION
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS change 3. Mechanisms for SUPPORTING THE CHANGE
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS 6 mantras to Develop your internalENTREPRENEURIAL outlook
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS Maintain a sense of optimism and trust in your abilities to get the job done. 1. I have what it takes
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS Tune in into your creative side. Innovations often are developed in solving difﬁcult challenges 2. I can innovate
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS Learn how to maintain a sense of self- discipline, modeling ways to work effectively and efﬁciently. 3. I can Lead the way
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS Listen to reason. Hear what your detractors are saying. Innovate/plan/implement. 4. I am stay prepared
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS Sharpen your communication skills. Whether through e-mail, face-to-face, or through presentations, be clear, honest, and understandable. 5. I Pay attention
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS They keep your eyes on the progress towards the prize ahead. Stay passionate by keeping in mind the why. 6. I get the results I want
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS How can I effectively use these mantras to increase my internal orientation? OPEN CONVERSATION
POPCORNED BY DEY DOS Whatever your orientation is – if you have been not conscious of your approach, – it has been not of your making. You are not to be blamed! Once again... And most importantly, you can change!
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