Leadership, Industrial and organizational psychology, Social psychology
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Leadership, Industrial and organizational psychology, Social psychology


  • High School
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1. Convincing a newly joined intern to volunteer for a committee work, which is beyond his/her duty, is a challenging task for any supervisor. In such situation, by virtue of my position and the interns obligation, I might use pressure tactic however, inspirational appeal would be more appropriate. Considering the goal of the intern, her relationship with the company and the available time, it would be difficult to convince her for voluntary work through pressurizing by virtue of power, position or any other coercive actions. I cannot demand or threaten her because she is temporarily associated with the company and is new to the job. Using inspirational appeal to influence her to do extra work would help as it can trigger enthusiasm also, the inspiration can be matched with the interns

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