Organizational Personality Traits At Mcdonald's

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UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR
SUBJECT
EIB 20403 ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOR
TITLE
GROUP ASSIGNMENT OF PERSONALITY TRAITS AT MCDONALD TAMAN MELATI

PREPARED BY STUDENT ID
ZAKRI REZWAN BIN ZULKEFLI 62212114713
MUHAMMAD MUNAWWAR BIN ABD MALIK 62212114253
SYED ZAIM ASYRAAF BIN SYED ABDULLAH 62212114305
CLASS : ME 60

PREPARED FOR
DR. RAEMAH BINTI ABDULLAH HASHIM

1.0 BACKGROUND OF MCDONALDS IN MALAYSIA
The McDonalds migrated from Manchester, New Hampshire to Hollywood in the late 1920s, where brothers Richard and Maurice McDonald began working as set movers and handymen at motion-picture studios. In 1937, their father Patrick McDonald opened "The Airdrome", a food stand, on Huntington Drive. Hamburgers
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Since extraverts are more likely to assert themselves in groups, it makes sense that these individuals often take on leadership roles when working with other people. People who are high in extraversion tend to seek out social stimulation and opportunities to engage with others. These individuals are often described as being full of life, energy and positivity. In group situations, extraverts are likely to talk often and assert themselves. Research has also shown that extraverts are less likely to experience anxiety over negative feedback. Those high in extraversion are often described as having a very positive outlook on life as well as being friendly, energetic and highly adaptable. All of these tendencies can serve a person well, particularly in certain social situations. As you might imagine, high levels of extraversion can be particularly well suited to jobs that require a great deal of interaction with other people. Teaching, sales, marketing, public relations, and politics are all jobs in which an extravert might to well. Introverts prefer less social interaction so jobs that require lots of independent work are often ideal. Writing, computer programming, engineering and accounting are all jobs that might appeal to a person low in

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