Answer the three Management of Organizational Behavior questions

1.How does social identity theory explain the concept of peer pressure, and the unwillingness of group members to go against group norms?

2. Describe a situation where a leader may need to exert group peer pressure to meet the goals of the organization and the team. How can the leader be effective in exerting this pressure without creating the perception of ingroup favoritism or social identity threat?

3. How can a leader motivate group members to discuss contrary opinions without causing them to feel rejected or excluded from the rest of the group?