Leidub hulgaliselt kirjandust organisatsioonilise konteksti mõjust indiviidile, kuid mõned inimesed loovad endale individuaalse ökosüsteemi. Kuidas sellest mõelda ja mida peale hakata?
Because individuals can sometimes shape their own context, they may experience a social context that is distinct from the shared environment that is experienced by others within the same group, team, or organization. We call these person-specific contexts personal ecosystems.
Kaks inimest ja kaks erinevat, kuid adekvaatset arvamust?
When person A and person B paint very different pictures of a group’s climate, they may each be quite accurate, since behavioral reactions toward person A and B may really be different.
In this paper we develop the concept of “Personal Ecosystems,” and examine how they come to exist, what factors create them, what effects the existence of personal ecosystems may have, and how to intervene to reduce the likelihood of personal ecosystems.
Vihjed lugemishuvi suurendamiseks:
Although personal ecosystems may be relatively infrequent, recognizing their existence and intervening in the dysfunctional dynamic that they create is important for individual and organizational well-being. […] acknowledging the existence of personal ecosystems can stimulate individuals to analyze whether the dysfunctional or toxic social environment that they experience is selftriggered or other-triggered. […] it is essential to understand what types of behaviors are more likely to generate personal ecosystems, since only then can we identify ways to improve the situation.
Friedman, R., & Olekalns, M. (2021). From shared climate to personal ecosystems: Why some people create unique environments. Organizational Psychology Review, 11(4), 365–389. https://doi.org/10.1177/20413866211013415