Personality extra credit

Personality extra credit - Andres Contreras MNO 3370...

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Andres Contreras MNO 3370 January 30, 2016 Personality Self-Assessment Paper After taking the personality self-assessment test I can now see how I am in comparison with people of that are the same sex and approximately the same age as me. While these traits are not 100 percent accurate, they do provide me with a sense of who I am. This test only approximates to how I really am. Furthermore, neither are low percentages or high percentage on any trait are absolutely good nor bad. For this reason, it does not really matter what you get on this test. What really matters is how you use your traits in the workplace or at home and who the traits of your peers collaborate with your traits so that productivity is maximized. This test can also be used to see why one acts in certain ways. If a manager, for example, is having trouble managing his/her employees, then he could compare his/her personality assessment to the employees’ personality assessment. This could provide the manager with an answer and a solution to the problem. Maybe he/she should be more of an extrovert to improve communication. Or maybe he/she should have more conscientiousness towards some decisions that impact the employees directly. There are five personal traits that describe individuals: extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, and openness to experience. Each trait is then followed six subdomains: a more detailed description of each trait. I will relate my results in each of the five personality traits to my career field to determine how these traits might impact my future career, goals, and personal life. I
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  • Spring '08
  • Quinones
  • Personality Psychology, Big Five personality traits, Agreeableness, Extraversion, highest subdomain score

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