Two Distinctive Aspects of Our Personal Perception of the World Is the Knowledge of Ourselves and Our Knowledge of Other People. of All the Properties Available, the Image We Have of Ourselves Is What Gives Us, Uniquely,

5HR002 Leading and Managing in Organisations
Assignment 1
In the first scenario, Kuldip is a young man who aspires to success and wants to work on succeeding both professionally and personally. He is not afraid of hard work so as to achieve his goals, but he does fear of people and circumstances that will not allow him to achieve his goals or to maintain the desired image among his peers.   The theory of achievement applies in this case.   According to Murray (1938), there are different needs that characterize human behavior: physiological needs, need for friendship, need to attack, to retreat-defense, need for achievement, etc. Murray's view was that those needs are unconscious, can, however, be diagnosed by examining the thoughts of the individual, when faced with situations that stimulate the various needs. The person wishing to increase or maintain a high level of performance in specific activities (which pose high demands excellence) and to which he may fail or succeed (Berry & Houston, 1993).
Generally, people who have a high tendency to achieve have the following characteristics (Goleman, 2006): are oriented to the results of the action, with a strong tendency to achieve their objectives. They set challenging goals and take risks with caution, seeking information to reduce the feeling of uncertainty and constantly discovering ways to do better. They are eager to learn how to improve their performance. A subsequent investigation showed that the achievement motive has two facets: (a) the need for success and (b ) the need to avoid failure (fear of failure). This is why they tend to avoid conditions or people who do not share the same feelings for success as they do, which is exactly the case of Kuldip.
In the second case, Rowena is a person who sets priorities based on what she likes and wants. The theory applied here is the hierarchy of needs, by Maslow (1970 ). The theory suggests a hierarchy of needs, based on which they can classify the motives of...