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psychological contract
expectations held by an individual about contributions to the org. and what they will recieve
big five personality traits
openness
conscientiousness
extraversion
agreeableness
negative emotionality
conscientiousness
the number of goals a person focuses on
negative emotionality
how calm, resilient, and secure a person is- less is calm
extraversion
comfort level with relationships
psychological contract
expectations held by an individual about contributions to the org. and what they will recieve
big five personality traits
openness
conscientiousness
extraversion
agreeableness
negative emotionality
conscientiousness
the number of goals a person focuses on
negative emotionality
how calm, resilient, and secure a person is- less is calm
extraversion
comfort level with relationships
openness
rigidity of beliefs and range of intersts
internal locus of control
you're in control of you're life
external locus of control
outside forces determine what happens to you
self eficacy
belief about your capabilities to perform a task
E-I dichotomy
extroversion/introversion- where you're likely to focus attention
s-n dichotomy
sensing/intuition- the way you like to look at things
t-f dichotomy
thinkin/feeling- the way you like to decide things
j-p dichotomy
judging/percieving- how you deal with the outer world
authoritarianism
extent to which an idnividual believes power and status are appropriate within hierarchical org.s
machiavellianism
willingness to lie and manipulate
emotional intelligence (EQ)
self awareness
managing emotions
motivating oneself
empathy
social skill
components of attitude
affective, cognitive, intentional
affective conponent of attitude
feelings and emotions an individual has toward a situation
cognitive component of attitude
why we feel that way
intentional component of attitude
how we expect to behave
cognitive dissonance
conflict an individual feels among their own attitudes
positive affectivity
upbeat and optimistic
selective perception
screening out info that we are uncomfortable with or that contradicts our beliefs
attribution
observe behavior and attribute a cause to it
consensus
extent to which other people in the same situation behave the same way
consistency
the extent to which the same person behaes the same way at different times
destinctiveness
the extent to which the same person behaves the same way in other situations
general adaptation syndrome (GAS)
alarm, resistance, exhaustion
type A personality
competitive, driven, succeptible to burnout
type B personality
less competitive, less likely to stress, more likely to have relaxed approach to life