Reflective Ob Report

This report is about organisational behaviour. According to Brooks (1999), he defines organisational behaviour as the study of human behaviour in organisations with a focus on individual and group processes and actions. Possessing a good understanding of organisational behaviour, places you in a better position to explain and predict human behaviour, even to control it where necessary. These skills equip you with the knowledge of how people are motivated all the way to why the structure of an organisation influences the behaviour of people at work. This report will examine three organisational behaviour issues, which are motivation, leadership and conflict. All three topics will be explained individual by theories. Furthermore the issues will relate to the personal experience and reflection of Vijay.
Main Body
Motivation is very important in organisational behaviour. It is a reason for an action, which gives purpose and direction to behaviour. It is not what you desire, but the strong reason you desire it. For example: If you want to stop working and go into business for yourself. Motivation has two types intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic motivation is which lives inherent in one person, the enjoyment of doing something without someone is giving you as reward. The best example is students they are putting too much in their studies, to achieve best educational results and thereby the effort will bring them the success. Extrinsic motivation comes from outside of the performer. Money is the most obvious example, but coercion and threat of punishment are also common extrinsic motivation. Sometimes extrinsic can be weaken motivation. For example the interest for particular field is going to lose, which was already rewarded.
A leader can create a successful organisation in these environment in which the organisation or business is running. The need of a leader exists to have a responsible person and who set a clarity...