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    Based on my test scores my top three 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 on a dime to help pick up or fix something happening somewhere else. I enjoy this type of work place because it is rarely repetitious and allows me the creative freedom to continuously improve my work and company.…

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    Extraverted people and individuals who score high on openness to experience are a good fit with flat organizations because open individuals are flexible and autonomous. They are creative and adaptable to change which are qualities needed in a flat organization. Extraverts have great interpersonal skills which are important in flat organizations that promote a lot of communication. Individuals open to experience and extraverts both have effective teamwork abilities which are also needed in a flat…

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    Extraversion, agreeableness, conscientious-ness, openness, and neuroticism (Costa and McCrae, 1992; McCrae and John, 1992; John and Srivastava, 1999). 2.1. Extraversion Extraversion is indicated by positive feelings (emotions) and tendency to seek partnership of others. It reperesents the tendency to be sociable, assertive, active, upbeat, cheerful, optimistic, and talkactive. Such individuals like people, prefer groups, enjoy excitement, and experience positive effect such as energy and…

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    questionnaire result and relate to my actual experience to measure my personality. I will also specify how I intend to improve my weakness by using ‘SMART’ criteria. 2. Intrapersonal Effectiveness Intrapersonal effectiveness can be defined as how a person understanding…

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    I find teams better because you get more input and opinions and mostly get the work done faster. For coordination I like a mixture of both, formal and personal. Big 5 personality Handout Trait Range Midpoint Result Openness to Experience 10-50 30 30 Conscientiousness 9-45 27 34 Extraversion 8-40 24 24 Agreeableness 9-45 27 39 Neuroticism 8-40 24 20 My openness to experience, I think, makes sense that my result is the same as the midpoint. I think that because I can come up with new ideas,…

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    During I briefly review the Big-5 personality test, I use the pen to summarize my Big-5 personality test’s result as below. The five personalities consists of extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism and openness to experience. The full marks of Big-5 personality test are 99. For extraversion, my score is 21, which is the lowest score among the five personalities. The second lowest score is openness to experience which is scored 32. Both level of extraversion and openness to…

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    common hindrance stresses at workplace is daily-hassles. Daily hassles are day-to-day demands that get in the way of accomplishing the things that employees want to accomplish. It could be unnecessary paperwork that employees need to obtain or deal with in work process. It could also be useless communications that spending on coordinating with other employees or clients, or associates. Other common hindrance stress that employees might be experiencing would be role overload. When the number of…

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    most psychologist. These traits include openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism. These traits also have smaller and more specific personality traits that fit into these categories. The Big Five personality traits of psychology organize basic human behavior to better understand certain types of personality. Openness to experience is associated with creative intelligence, curiosity, and fantastical cognitive thinking. People who are open tend to be very…

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    Healthy personalities and behaviors are important for business to succeed. Since many workplaces have very diverse people it is important they know the “Big Five” trait theory. Trait theory proposes that that a personality of formed from five different traits. Commonly, known as the “Big Five” the traits are known as Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Emotional Stability, and Openness to Experience. A manager can use the “Big Five” in a business setting to better understand the…

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    Despite the length and the questions asked, I found the quiz very intriguing and worth doing. The pictures were very detailed and the questions were related to everyday life situations. There were a few questions that required more thought than others, but I was able to answer all the questions to the best of my ability. Results classified me as alchemist. An alchemist is a spontaneous dreamer that makes out-of- ordinary decisions, quick and fast. The quiz provided me with percentages for each…

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