Organizational Behavior Training Course Materials



Do you want to deliver your own training courses about organizational behavior? Get started by downloading these training course materials

Now you can use these course materials to offer your participants a better understanding of organizational behavior. More importantly, you will help participants to understand the evolution of management thought.

Together you will explore models of organizational behavior and the excellent organization.

The course includes many practical exercises, case scenarios and handouts that will allow participants improve their organizational behavior skills long after the course is over.

What you need to know about delivering these organizational behavior training course materials

The training material is specifically designed to improve skills at all levels within the workplace (e.g., managers, team leaders, supervisors and front-line staff).

Course overview

The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials provided.

We believe that it is very important to highlight to your course participants that the study of organizational behavior has been greatly influenced by a range of disciplines. To illustrate, psychology (role of personality), sociology (the impact of organizational structure), anthropology (influence of culture) and political science (use of power). A number of perspectives will influence how an individual or manager will behave within an organization.

The course content is divided into the following sections:

What is organizational behavior – Start by exploring what is organizational behavior. Next, discuss the evolution of management perspectives.

Organizational theories – Explore key organizational theories like scientific management, job simplification and classical organizational theory. Examine Fayol’s 14 principles of management and the Hawthorne studies. And, discuss human relations theory and McGregor’s Theory X And Y view on management styles. End this section by looking at the systems and contingency perspectives on organizational behavior.

Models of Organizational Behavior Next, discuss models of organizational behavior.

The Excellent Organization – This section outlines the attributes of effective organizations.

Company Scenario – At Oak Innovation, we believe that all courses must be practical and grounded in the companies where the learning is taken place. As a result, we include a shared group exercise. We also include steps that will encourage to further capture their learning in the form of a post-course test, action plan, evaluation form and a further reading section at the end of the participant manual.

Course objectives

Upon completion of this course your participants will be able to:

– Understand the relationship between behavior and the organization
– Understand the evolution of management thought
– Appreciate models of organizational behavior
– Identify and shape an excellent organization

What’s included

On completion of your order, you will instantly receive the following:

– 20 page facilitator manual
– 61 page participant manual
– 37 powerpoint slides
– Practical exercises
– Further reading
– Course evaluation form and action plan

Free course materials

We will also send you the following free expert guides for use within your training courses:

– How to use icebreakers
– How to use training games
– How to improve listening skills
– How to improve questioning skills
– How to select materials and methods
– How to increase participation
– How to deal with difficult people
– How to evaluate training courses

Frequently asked questions

What is organizational behaviour?

Organizational behavior is the study and application of how employees behave within organizations

Why study organizational behavior?

  • Chart the evolution of management thought on the nature of the organization
  • Understanding of the organizational factors that influence work
  • Understanding of how the work environment shapes organizational performance

What management theories have shaped how we think about organizational Behavior?

  1. Scientific Management
  2. Classical Organizational Theory
  3. The Hawthorne Studies
  4. Human Relations
  5. Organizational Behavior

What are the four models of organizational behavior?

  1. Autocratic
  2. Custodial
  3. Supportive
  4. Collegial

What are the eight characteristics of an excellent organization?

  1. Stay close to the customer
  2. Autonomy and entrepreneurship
  3. Productivity through people
  4. Hands-on management
  5. Stick to the knitting
  6. Simple form and lean staff
  7. Both loosely and tightly organised

Can I edit the content and add my own company logo?

Yes. You can now add your own logo's and customize the course content freely using Microsoft Word and Powerpoint. You can also deliver the course materials where, when and as often as needed.


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