internalization

  

Definition

Process by which individual members of a formal group take on (and make them their own) the attitudes, beliefs, perspectives, and values held by other members. Work ethics, for example, result from the internalization of attitudes toward time and effort.

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  • You need to try to make sure that the internalization at your workplace is following the lead of the right people.

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  • I noticed the internalization process that happened within the group and it was really interesting to watch everyone change and become more alike.

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  • The internalization of the thoughts and ideas by the individual team members with respect to the company wide vision was gaining traction.

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