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BEKERJA PADA ORGANISASI YANG TIDAK SEHAT: PELUANG ATAU KUTUKAN BAGI KARYAWAN? Shinta, Arundati; Yudhawati, Dian; Gayatri, Lusia
JURNAL SPIRITS Vol 2, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30738/spirits.v2i2.769

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ABSTRACTObjective of this paper is to explain behavior alternatives for employees ,'ho have job dissatisfaction. When accomplishing job task, the religious employees will certainly practice one of their code of belief that working is a kind of religious service. They work vigorously as if tomorrow will he the end of the world. When their organization is going to collapse, the religious employees experience cognitive dissonance (hopes and realities are unsynchronized). They have difficulties in practicing that working is a kind of religious service.There are four behavior alternatives in order to lessening cognitive dissonance i.e. exit or leaving organization (active destructive), neglect (passive destructive), loyal (passive constructive), and voice (active constructive). The voice alternative is the most appropriate behavior for the religious employees, but it less likely to give maximal improvement either for employees or organization.The suggested alternative in this essay is the adapted negotiation alternative which employees have to change and improve themselves. Through improving themselves, they have opportunity either to perform high quality job accomplishment or supporting friends to accomplish their tasks. The adapted negotiation is applying religious service that giving firstly, then we will receive abundance i.e. having creative ability in job accomplishment, ability to act positively in chaos situation, and having good mental health. Changing ourselves is really difficult. However there are precious words which could be our guidance that the crucial factor in achieving success is not the obstacle existence but our unconstructive attitude in facing that obstacle.Key words: Job dissatisfaction, religious service, adapted negotiation
PENGARUH BIMBINGAN KELOMPOK TEKNIK PERMAINAN SIMULASI TERHADAP PENINGKATAN KOMUNIKASI RESEPTIF SISWA TUNARUNGU Fitria, Erlin; Yudhawati, Dian
Jurnal EDUCATIO: Jurnal Pendidikan Indonesia Vol 5, No 2 (2019): Jurnal EDUCATIO: Jurnal Pendidikan Indonesia
Publisher : Indonesian Institute for Counseling, Education and Therapy (IICET)

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There are several problems faced by 14 deaf students as the subject of this research. They get diffiulties in understanding long sentences, connotative meaning, and they lack on vocabulary. Their inability in hearing makes them rely on their vision to gather information. Considering the reason of their difficulties, visual and attractive learning media are needed for deaf students. Group guidance on simulation game technique is a counseling guidance service that directs students to reflect daily activities in the form of games using physical media such as blue cards, OK cards and chance cards. In the group guidance of the simulation game technique, students learn to understand new vocabulary of the role played and can acquire vocabulary. The more vocabulary mastered will support students' ability to have receptive communication. To prove the hypothesis that the group guidance of simulation game technique influences the improvement of receptive communication of deaf students in SLB.B Wiyata Dharma 1, the Mann Whitney U Test analysis is used. Based on Mann-Whitney U-test Asymp Sig was obtained (2-tailed) 0.013 with an error level of 0.05 then 0.013 <0.05 means that Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted. It implies that the group guidance of the simulation game technique has an impact on increasing the receptive ability of deaf students. Therefore, group guidance on simulation game techniques can be used as an alternative learning media to improve receptive communication for deaf students.
PENGUATAN SPRITUALITAS DALAM KOMUNITAS RESIMEN MAHASISWA Yudhawati, Dian
WACANA Vol 12, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : UNS Press

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.13057/wacana.v12i1.167

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Abstrak: Spiritualitas merupakan hal yang penting untuk menciptakan manusia yang berkualitas dan manusia yang mampu memahami kebermaknaan hidup. Kemampuan memahami kehidupan dapat membuat seseorang meraih makna dan mengembangkannya menjadi suatu kebahagiaan. Membangun spiritualitas bukanlah sekedar melakukan ritual keagamaan  Upaya membangun nilai-nilai spiritual dapat dilakukan pula dalam berbagai kegiatan yang mampu menerima keberagaman sehingga dapat menambah wawasan tentang makna hidup bagi seseorang. Berkembangnya spiritualitas juga dapat ditemukan pada kehidupan komunitas yang memiliki rasa kebersamaan dan kekeluargaan yang kuat. Resimen Mahasiswa merupakan suatu komunitas yang dimaksud dalam penelitian ini. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan tentang adanya penguatan spiritualitas yang dimiliki oleh anggota Resimen Mahasiswa dalam melaksanakan berbagai kegiatan di dalam komunitasnya.Kata kunci : Spiritualitas; Resimen Mahasiswa
DAILY JOURNAL OF GRATITUDE AS THE IMPLEMENTATION OF POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY IN STUDENT PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING PROGRAM Yudhawati, Dian
Jurnal Internasional Bisnis, Humaniora, Pendidikan dan Ilmu Sosial Vol 1 No 1 (2019): International Journal of Business, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
Publisher : Universitas Teknologi Yogyakarta

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Abstract?The theory of positive psychology pioneered by Martin Seligman focuses on efforts to explore and developcharacters as the human strengths. By exploring and developing the positive side of the individual will lead someone tohave true happiness. Human life will be meaningful if the positive side of humans can be maximally developed. Byapplying positive psychology, it is expected that lecturers can carry out guidance and counseling for the development ofstudent personalities. Personality developments needed are intrapersonal, interpersonal, problem solving, learning andprofessional skills. The Daily Journal of Gratitude is an activity that can be applied to motivate the growth of gratefulhabit which is an aspect of positive psychology. Gratitude as a cognitive construction is shown by acknowledging mercyand kindness for the blessings that have been received by a person and focusing on the positive things. The connectionwith personality development is the ability of students to develop intrapersonal skills. As an emotional construction,gratitude is characterized by the ability to change the emotional response to a thing happened so that it becomes moremeaningful. This is related to the development of students when facing other people or the ability to developinterpersonal skills. Gratitude emotions involve feelings of amazement, gratitude, appreciation and happiness for theblessings and the life to be lived. Gratitude as a construction of behavior is kind of respond in return to others for thebenefits and gifts received . Personality development in the construction of behavior is related to learning skills,problem solving skills and professional skills. By applying the Daily Journal of Gratitude it is hoped that students canbe guided and counseled to become individuals who are able to develop optimally in their lives on campus up to thegraduation day, so that they can have the skills to interact in a complex and diverse multigeneration environment.