From the recent surveys it is suggested that sensitivity to feeling of guilt can be good for business, society, and the individual.
“Why would people take charge in a group situation when there’s not really an incentive to do so? We started thinking maybe they just feel really guilty about not doing it”
Many psychologists believe we vary widely in extent which we are susceptible to feeling of guilt and that the emotion can be spur to action. Some people stay late on Friday night to finish a piece of work, knowing they won’t enjoy their weekend unless they do complete their work.
Other people go home and watch a movie.
“The emotion is really uncomfortable and it’s something we tend to want to get rid of but the drive to reduce our feeling of guilt can actually propel us to attain really positive ways”.
“It’s that sort of anticipation of feeling guilt that might lead individuals to emerge or take on leadership roles”
A question which is asked from many people which contain a number of hypothetical aspects that...
“You are driving down the road and you hit a small animal.”
The answers which are achieved are full of emotional responses which contain guilt proneness.”
From this it is clear that higher someone’s level of guilt proness the more likely he or she was to step up as a leader in activity.
It is also clear from the people in real management position. That those who were more prone to feeling of guilt were more often judged by their colleagues and to be effective leaders.
The people which have great sense of guilt always tries to recover all those mistakes which they have done in the past.
One of the question about guilt I think is most interesting, but still unanswered.
“For whom do people feel guilty?”
In my point of view every one take word “guilt” as the people fell guilt when they do something wrong but they may feel guilty towards their organisation or the people they work for.
The people with high guilt proness are likely to act in...