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MOODS AND EMOTIONSPRESENTED TO: GROUP NAME: GROUP LEADER: PRESENTED BY: Mr. AAMER NADEEM RESPONSIBLE AKHTAR HUSSAIN CHUGHTAIADNAN ASLAM KHAN MB-09-28 AKHTAR HUSSAIN CHUGHTAI MB-09-22 MUHAMMAD IHSAN UL HAQ MB-09-01 NADEEM AKHTAR MB-09-25

SUBJECT: SEMESTER:

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 3nd MBA (Morning)

January 01, 2011

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And which one of the favors of your Lord that you denyAll acclamations and appreciations are for Almighty ALLAH, WHO bestowed mankind with knowledge and wisdom, and granted him vicegerance on earth. All the respect and honors to Hazart Muhammad (SALLALLA HO ALEHI WAALEHI WASLLAM) a star brightening the path of faith and knowledge, and luminary to truth and justice who enabled us to recognize our Creator and declared it to be obligatory duty of every Muslim to acquire knowledge. We would like to thank our respected teacher Mr. Aamer Nadeem who has given us this opportunity to explore our skills and made a Report on topic Emotions & Moods. He has given us thorough knowledge and provides deep understanding about Organizational Behavior because of that we are able to complete this report. How can we overlook to articulate my admiration and unfathomable sagacity of appreciation from core of our heart to our loving parents who always considered us in their prayers and bestowed us with this blessing of higher education. Appreciation and thanks to our brothers and sisters for their excellent co-operation and encouragement. May ALLAH bestow strength and contentment to all these splendid celebrities (Aamin).

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARYEmotions are the feelings experienced towards an object, person or event that create a state of readiness. Emotions tend to last for much shorter periods. Emotions also tend to be more extreme than moods and temperament, with higher highs and lower lows. We can become very angry very quickly, though it is difficult to stay very angry and it may subside into a irritable mood or be replaced by another completely different emotions. Some examples of a human's common emotions include happiness, sadness, joy, depression, love, anger, and so on. They can also be divided into positive and negative sub-categories. Moods are shorter-term emotional states, typically lasting hours, although they can last for days or longer. A mood dimension is consisted of Positive Emotions such as Excitement, Cheerfulness at High End and Boredom, Tiredness at Low End. It consists Nervousness, Stress, and Anxiety at higher end and Relaxation, Tranquility at the Low End. Affect is a generic term that covers a broad range of feelings that people experience and encompasses both emotions and moods.. Emotions are caused by significant life events whereas moods emerge from ill defined, often unknown, causes. There are different dimension of emotions like variety, intensity, frequency and duration and biology of emotions. Ther are so many functions of emotions and moods. Emotions communicate information to other people. Emotions get us ready to act. Emotions deepen our experience of life. Emotions have different resources. Personality predisposes people to experience certain moods and emotions. Evidence suggests that whether has little effect on mood. Stress affects emotions and moods. Sleep also effect emotions. Exercise enhances peoples positive mood. Age and gender also influence emotions. External constraints like organizations and culture also have effect on emotions and moods. A situation in which an employee expresses organizationally desired emotions during interpersonal transactions. Felt emotions are an individuals actual emotions. Displayed emotions are those that are organizationally required and considered appropriate in a given job. AET demonstrates that employees react emotionally to things that happen to them at work and that this influences their job performance and satisfaction. Emotional intelligence (EI) refers to the ability to perceive, control, and evaluate emotions. Some researchers suggest that emotional intelligence can be learned and strengthened, while other claim it is an inborn characteristic. We are confining our discussion of emotions and moods by considering their specific application to OB. Selections, leadership, decision making, motivation, job attitudes and creativity are different fields in which emotions and moods are applied.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

GROUP NAME: GROUP LEADER:

RESPONSIBLE................................ ................................ ................................ .... 1 AKHTAR HUSSAIN CHUGHTAI................................ ................................ ............ 1

Positive and Negative Emotions ................................ ................................ ................................ ..... 8 Positive Emotions ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 8 Negative Emotions ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 9 MOODS................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 9 Mood Emoticons ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................. 11 FUNCTIONS OF EMOTIONS ................................ ................................ ................................ . 13y y y

Increasing Your Awareness of Your Emotions................................ ................................ .. 14 Managing Your Emotions................................ ................................ ................................ . 14 Exercise ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 15

AFFECTIVE EVENTS THEORY ................................ ................................ ................................ ...... 18

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Organi ati ns have been speci icall designed with the objective of trying to control emotions. A well run organi ation was one that successfully eliminated frustration, fear, anger, love, hate, joy, grief, and similar feelings.

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EME o ion D fin dFeelings experienced towards an object, person or event that create a state of readiness Mood and emotion are experienced everyday by every individual. Emotions as commonly experienced and discussed are different from moods and temperament inseveral ways. First, emotions tend to last for much shorter periods. The delight at being given a birthday present may subside in minutes as it is replaced by disappointment about a useless gift. Emotions thus tend to replace one another and it can be diffcult to be both happy and i sad (although we may have a good go at it . Emotions also tend to be more extreme than moods and temperament, with higher highs and lower lows. We can become very angry very quickly, though it is difficult to stay very angry and it may subside into a irritable mood or be replaced by another completely different emotions.

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Emotions tend to be very specific, triggered by noticeable events and are immediate reactions to these and which drive us to particular actions, for example running away from a snarling dog or going to chat up an attractive other person. Emotion is a mental state which makes us to feel and behave in a certain way. For example when we experience the emotion of fear, we feel scared and we flee as a direct result of it. Our body also responds to the emotions and our physiology changes according to how we feel. For example we fall sick when we are deeply saddened or we glow radiantly when we are extremely happy. In fact, emotions are the most important aspect of our mental life which contributes to the quality of our existence. Without our emotions, life is not worth living. It's also important to us how the people whom we deal with feel. We look at each others faces to judge the moods we are in. We use the expression of our emotion to let others know how we feel. The true feelings of a human also can be judged by the tone of the voice, bodily posture and body language. Some examples of a human's common emotions include happiness, sadness, joy, depression, love, anger, and so on. Interestingly, over six hundred English words are used to define human emotions and forty two facial muscles are used to express emotional states. Online communication can be difficult without these words and physical indications; this is where emoticons come into play. The right emoticon or smiley can convey the exact message that you would be sending in face-to-face communication. We have a broad range of emoticons for this purpose, so feel free to take your pick. The emoticons have been neatly organized into categories such as Sad, Angry, Happy, etc so you can easily find the right smiley.

Positive and Negative EmotionsEmotions can be divided into two groups of simple and complex emotions. They can also be divided into positive and negative sub-categories.

Positive EmotionsPositive emotions that lead one to feel good about ones self will lead to an emotionally happy and satisfied adult, whereas if one is always feeling dissatisfied and unhappy due to feelings of depression, anger, fear or low self esteem will lead to behavioral problems.

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Love is a very basic and necessary emotion. If a child is nurtured in a loving family where all members