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    Agreeableness is someone who is good natured, helpful, sympathetic, trusting, forgiving, and soft-hearted. Those who scored high in agreeableness is well liked by teammates and will help with social functioning in the team, however, if someone is goo agreeableness then they will avoid conflict. I scored a score of 5.2 when a class mean of 4.6 and a standard deviation of 1.6, which means that I am a half standard deviation below the class average. This means that I someone who is very caring and trusting and have realized that at times I try to avoid conflict with others. This is why someone who scored high in agreeableness can cause a challenge in the chapter of “Managing Conflict”. The entire chapter about managing conflict contradicts this…

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    organization’s behavior as a whole. This lead into my third question, if you are happy with your job, do you find yourself going above and beyond your normal duties? I found that all of my interviewees said yes to this question almost immediately. Some even went into detail describing the long hours spent in the office working on a project because the work they were doing actually brought them a lot of joy. I found this to be a key component of one’s job performance in the workplace and how…

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    The ability of the police to collaborate with the other police officer since in difficult situations the life of the other police officer depends on the other officer. Working together as a unit is very important in the police department and officer that are able to work with other officer are very valuable. The personality of Agreeableness is very important character trait. Agreeableness trait generally reflects the individuals difference in general concern for the society. Individuals that are…

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    1. The five big personality traits are Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Emotionality, Extraversion and Openness. Every one of these personality traits can be beneficial to the performance of an employee. Agreeableness relates to how an employee will interact with others. While being conscientiousness will be organized. Emotionality depending on positive or negative can benefit the company if employees cared and were Intune to their feelings. Whereas extraversion relates to how well an employee…

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    I took a personality test and I was surprised about the results because I thought I knew my personality very well. However, I got high scores on Agreeableness, Consciousness, and Extraversion. Also, I got a low score on Neuroticism and open to experience. I thought that I was introverts then extraversion because of my traumatic experiences during childhood. I was kind of lonely due to bullying from others during those times and I wish not to going back to experience those events again.…

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    I always tried to find the good in people, this is something that I struggled with growing up, I tend to give people many chances, and forgive people easily. I think this is why I tend to gravitate towards the humanistic theorist because I think most people tend to be good. Agreeableness is defined as “Agreeableness is a personality trait manifesting itself in individual behavioral characteristics that are perceived as kind, sympathetic, cooperative, warm and considerate. In contemporary…

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    whether there is a difference between the median female agreeableness and the median male agreeableness, according to the Big5 personality test http://personality-testing.info/tests/BIG5.php. Agreeableness is measured on a scale of 1-5 (with 1 being the least agreeable, 5 being the most agreeable. This investigation may be beneficial to those whose looking to hire employees that are going to be more valuable to their business. Pg 306. Studies carried out by psychologists Paul R. Sackett and…

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    personalities are agreeableness, openness to experience, and conscientiousness. Openness to experience and conscientiousness were tied for second place. My openness to experiences allows me to be broad-minded and insightful. This personality trait is good for a work position that are always changing and no day is the same as the last. This describes my current work place. I always have different projects to work on and add or change my projects as I see fit. However, I am able to drop everything…

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    Introduction……………………………………………………………………………3 2.0 The Big Five Dimensions of Personality……………………………………………..3 3.0 Analysis and Reflection……………………………………………………………….3 3.1 Agreeableness……………………………………………………………........3 3.2 Conscientiousness…………………………………………………………….4 3.3 Extraversion…………………………………………………………………..4 4.0 Goal Setting…………………………………………………………………………..5 5.0 Conclusion……………………………………………………………………………5 6.0 Reference List………………………………………………………………………..6 1.0 Introduction Personality is one of the most…

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    introverted peers who fear negative evaluations and so become more withdrawn (increasing possible victimization), extraverted kids are better able to interpret their social anxiety and therefore reduce victimization. Agreeableness is also a positive factor against victimization of socially anxious children, particularly in boys, though this might be because of the type of victimization studied (more overt and less relational). Agreeableness in boys might provide more constructive means in…

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