Organization behavior is a field of study that investigates the impact that individual and groups behave within organizations in the form of reality abstraction. From organization behavior, we are able to see the different type of scientific disciplines such as sociology, psychology, politics, economic and others. We can improve labour attitudes and behaviors through understanding and explaining to them by applying knowledge and strategies (E.g. Managerial Control Strategies (Edwards, 1979)). By looking to left or right on your organization, you able to notice there are different type of human behavior. In order to understand and improve human behavior, organization behavior is introduced. An organization is structure or mechanism manned by group of individuals who are working together towards a common goal (Morye). Organization defines as a setup for a foundation of management and it is develops into manageable components to control and manage people to archive the organization goal. What is meaning of the identity? The identity is the combination of features that capture human’s distinct nature. Peoples are hiding behind the mask to acting to present a unique performance or negotiate with others. Besides that, the peoples always shift from religious. As an example, people who work at the front stage normally will carry out public performance while people who work at backstage will focus on sources and characters. So, how do organizations affect your identity? Here come the arguments, the organization affect the people identity or the people identity affects the organization? Organizational scholars have implemented the social identity theory and have used it widely in the organizational environment (Javadi, 2011). Organizational identity as a degree to which people consider themselves as members of an organization (Rousseau, 1998) which means the people identity is based on organizational identity and it will directly create and increase/decrease the people motivation. Relationship between the organization and peoples are very unique (Liponen et al., 2004) able to describes the organizational identity has the effect on organizational citizenship behavior and it might be possible for enhances the behavior into the organization as well with the speech from Laabs (1995) with it is easier to explain what workspace spiritually dis not than what it is. Culture can be explains as consensus views about how the members of a group ought to behave. There are 2 types of the cultures traits. Healthy traits is to focus on the success likes team effort and willing to accept commitment to improvement while the unhealthy traits is the team with short term goal and blaming for everything together without focus. With applying the healthy and positive movement, it able to lead an organization walks to the success path and also able to lead the organization citizens to have the positive and healthy working mindset. Companies with strong cultures are believed to bear the shocks of the external environment, and have direction and unity while achieving the corporate objectives (Deal and Kennedy, 1982). Study result from the (Money, Hillenbrand, & Camara, 2008) shows that the meaning and engagement in work brings positive benefits for the organization and individual. This proves that if I’m one of the people in the success organization, it will lead me to the success path and it will grow up my inner and outer personal skills too. The improving of my identity will lead me; people and organization improve as well. Fineman (2005) says: “At first blush, the positive turn offers a seductive discourse, with much promise. It presents a broad vision of the sunnier side of like, where positiveness can be harnessed for noble individual and organizational ends. It takes over, claim its proponents, where “positive thinking” gurus leave off, by applying rigorous scientific method to the folk nostrums of positivity. “Recruitment and selection can...
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