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Copy of Chapter 5: Personality and Values

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Katrina Gianakakis

on 14 July 2011

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Transcript of Copy of Chapter 5: Personality and Values

Personality Measuring Personality ~Self-Report Surveys ~Observe-Ratings Surveys Personality Determinants Hereditary or Environmental? Dr. Nancy Segal's Research Results... Personality Traits Meyer's-Briggs Type Indicator Extraverted v. Introverted Sensing v. Intuitive Thinking V. Feeling Judging V. Perceiving Strengths Weaknesses Big Five Model Extroversion Agreeableness Conscientious Emotional Stability Openness to Experience Other Relevant Personality Traits? Core Self-Evaluation Positive or Negative? Machiavellianism High or Low? Narcissism Self-Monitoring High or Low? Risk-Taking High or Low? Type A Personality Characteristics Proactive Personality Introduction Video Values and the Value System Right V. Wrong Importance of Values? Terminal v. Instrumental Rokeach Value Survey Happiness Independent Contemporary Work Cohorts ~Veterans ~Boomers ~Xers ~Nexters Hofstede's Framework for Assessing Cultures Power Distance Individualism v. Collectivism Masculinity v. Femininity Uncertainty Avoidence Long - Term v. Short -Term Orientation The GLOBE Framework
for Assesing Cultures Humane Orientation Performance Orientation Linking Individual's Personality and Values to the Workplace Personality-Job Fit Theory Person Organization Fit Work Cited Robbins, Stephen P. & Judge, Timothy A. Organizational Behavior Boston:Prentice Hall 2011.

MikeAttackBack. “Business psychology forum”. 31 May 2011. Online Video Clip. YouTube. Accessed on 13 July 2011.

www.outofservice.com/bigfive. July 14, 2011
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