By Jeff Damulira
Organizational behaviour in Karma is my unique perspective on 'do unto others as you would have them do unto you', with emphasis on being a ' people company'. Because, the energy you give out, you get back in return. This concept has been illustrated in the Management and Organisational Behaviour book, which mentions the 'Golden Rule Management' of companies such as the multi-million dollar company Mary Kay Cosmetics in the USA. For example, Mary Kay Cosmetics believe that people come first from beauty consultants, sales directors, employees, customers and suppliers. Their core value is based on caring for people. Because, if you help other people get what they want; you will get what you want. Furthermore, there are many successful organization that do utilise the caring and positive approach to the management of people. Another example is the Portsmouth-based insurance firm Zurich; that gives its full-time staff £1000 each to celebrate the particular 75th anniversary. In addition, all temporary contract staff received £500. The company also engages in glad tidings such as organising huge outdoor party with a funfair, free food and drink for staff and their guest. This is an perfect example of establishing a positive karma effect in a organization; because, the more you are willing to spread more glad tidings, the more glad tiding will return.