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    What Does it Mean to be a Good Performer? Beyond the Job Description

    Date: February 20, 2015, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Alaska SHRM State Council
    Compliments of your Alaska SHRM State Council
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    What Does it Mean to be a Good Performer?  Beyond the Job Description”

    While employees are expected to perform the duties required for their job, they also engage in many other types of behaviors that aren't necessarily listed in their job description... sometimes they go the extra mile by being courteous and helping and sometimes they don't by gossiping or harassing. Various types of voluntary behaviors are classified as productive (citizenship behaviors) and others are considered to be destructive (counterproductive behaviors). Explore how these different types of behaviors directly impact employee job performance in different ways and take away ideas for immediate implementation that can positively impact your workplace.
    KEY TOPICS: interpersonal relationships, job equity, motivation, person-organization fit, power/influence, trust, organizational culture

    Charla Brown, Ph.D., Chair Business Administration, School of Management, University of AK Southeast