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Personality Traits

Personality Traits

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Published by: Hemendra Sharma on Mar 09, 2011
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Personality Traits
Popular characteristics include
:
S
hy
Aggressive
S
ubmissive
Lazy
Ambitious
Loyal
Timid
Major Personality attributesinfluencing OB
Locus of Control :
S
ome believe in fate (externals)
S
ome believe in themselves(internals)
S
ource Traits
Reserved Outgoing
less intelligent More intelligent
Affected by feelings Emotionallystable
S
ubmissive Dominant
S
erious happy
Timid venturesome
Tough ± minded
S
ensitive
Trusting
S
uspicious
Practical Imaginative
S
elf ± assured Apprehensive
Conservative Experimenting
Group ± Dependent
S
elf ± sufficient
Uncontrolled Controlled
Relaxed Tense
 
Personality Types
Each one of the six personality types has a matching occupational environment.
‡
ealistic 
-
involves aggressive behavior, physical activities requiringskill, strength, and coordination
‡
nvestigative
±
involves activities requiring thinking, organizing, andunderstanding rather than feeling or emotion
‡
Social 
±
involves interpersonal rather than intellectual or physicalactivities
‡
onventional ±
involves rule
±
regulated activities and sublimation of personal needs to an organization or person of power and status
‡
Enterprising - involves verbal activities to influence others, to attainpower status
‡
Artistic
±
involves self expression
±
artistic creation, or emotionalactivates
 
Person Perception
:
A
ttribution Theory 
:
 
attribution theory becomesextremely relevant when we consider how people judgeothers. (because it is based on interpretations)
Distinctiveness
:
individual displays differentbehaviors in different situations
Consensus
:
if everyone who is faced with a similar situation responds in the same way, call it consensus
Consistency
:
does the person respond same wayover time, it is consistency

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