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  2. Rosabeth Moss Kanter - Wikipedia

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    Business.com described Rosabeth Kanter's theory of management as establishing a framework managers can utilize to enhance the efficiency of corporate organizations. One of her theories suggested the manner by which a company operates influences attitudes of the work force.

  3. Tokenism - Wikipedia

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    Professor Kanter found that being a token evoked three behaviour consequences of visibility, polarization, and assimilation. Firstly, tokens often felt that they were being watched all the time, leading to the feeling of more pressure to perform well. In attempts to perform well, tokens will feel the need to work harder and strive for perfection.

  4. Organizational commitment - Wikipedia

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    A psychological view of empowerment describes it as 'a process of intrinsic motivation, perceived control, competence, and energizing towards achieving goals.' There are two prominent concepts of empowerment.

  5. Dialectical behavior therapy - Wikipedia

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    Dialectical behavior therapy. Dialectical behavior therapy ( DBT) is an evidence-based psychotherapy that began with efforts to treat personality disorders and interpersonal conflicts. There is evidence that DBT can be useful in treating mood disorders, suicidal ideation, and for change in behavioral patterns such as self-harm and substance use.

  6. Strategic human resource planning - Wikipedia

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    The objective of human resource (HR) planning is to ensure the best fit between employees and jobs, while avoiding workforce shortages or spares. The three key elements of the HR planning process are forecasting labour demand, analysing present labour supply, and balancing projected labour demand and supply. Implementation Stages 1.

  7. Queen bee syndrome - Wikipedia

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    Queen bee syndrome is a phenomenon first defined by C. Tavris, G.L. Staines, and T.E. Jayaratne in 1973. “Queen bee” is a derogatory term applied to women who have achieved success in traditionally male-dominated fields. These women often take on “masculine” traits and distance themselves from other women in the workplace in order to succeed.

  8. James MacGregor Burns - Wikipedia

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    his work has influenced other transformational leadership theorists such as bernard bass, bruce avolio, and kenneth leithwood, and inspired georgia jones sorenson to found the center for political leadership and participation at the university of maryland, which burns joined in 1993, causing the center to be renamed in his honor in 1997 as the …