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I’m studying for my Management class and need an explanation.Homework: Chapter 4General Instructions:Answer each question and question component thoroughly and using complete sentences and proper grammar to receive full credit. Use the numbering scheme provided in your responses to clearly indicate to which question your are responding. Submit your responses in a Microsoft Word document.
All information needed to respond comes from your text book readings, lecture, and, in some circumstances, information provided in the assignment, itself. Unless otherwise noted, do not consult outside resources to shape your answers. Answer questions using only the material you read in the chapter, learned in lecture, and your personal knowledge/experience/opinions. I want to know your thoughts and ideas. Evidence of the use of outside sources beyond the approved sources will result in a zero on the assignment. Turnitin is enabled for this assignment.
An explanation of how responses are graded is provided at the bottom of this page.
Watch the following video “Are Emotions Contagious in the Workplace?”:Are Emotions Contagious in the Workplace? | Brandon Smith | TEDxEmory (Links to an external site.)Brandon Smith discusses the idea of emotional contagion. He mentions Elaine Hatfield, one of the early researchers in the area of emotional contagion. Research has found that yes, our emotions are contagious, and there is a trigger point. What is the trigger point? [up to 5 points] According to Brandon Smith, are we consciously aware that emotional contagion is happening? Explain. [up to 5 points] According to information in the video, is emotional contagion always a bad thing? Why/Why not? [direct yes/no required for credit; up to 10 points] According to information in the video, some workplaces require higher levels of emotional labor. What does this mean? [up to 10 points] What were Brandon Smith’s 3 realizations about life? [up to 5 points each; up to 15 points possible] If you find yourself in one of the negative work environments, what 3 things does Brandon Smith suggest you can do? [up to 5 points each; up to 15 points possible] Provide one important take-away you got from this video. [up to 10 points] How can you use your take-away from #7 as an employee in an organization? Explain. (An answer like “I can’t” will not qualify for credit.) [up to15 points] How can you use your take-away from #7 as a leader in an organization? Explain. (An answer like “I can’t” will not qualify for credit.) [up to 15 points] Grade DeterminationThe starting point value associated with each question component is provided in brackets after the question component. Grading anchors for each question component are as follows:full credit (100%): Very thorough, in-depth discussion reflecting strong critical thinking (requires at least four substantive sentences); answers the question asked
partial credit (90%): Thorough, in-depth discussion reflecting strong critical thinking (requires at least four substantive sentences); answers the question asked
partial credit (80%): Somewhat thorough, in-depth discussion reflecting moderate critical thinking (requires at least three substantive sentences); answers the question asked
partial credit (70%): Minimally thorough discussion; answers question but reflects little critical thinking (requires at least three substantive sentences); answers the question asked
partial credit (60%): Surface-level discussion; no depth to response/discussion reflecting very little critical thinking; answers the question asked
no credit (0%): Does not answer the question asked
Deductions to starting score:Use of outside sources: automatic zero
Not writing in complete sentences: 10-point deduction per occurrence
Grammatical/typographical errors:0-2: no deduction
3-5: 10-point deduction
more than 6: 30-point deduction
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