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Big Five Personality – (p. 52-53, in textbook) Short Answer #1 Rubric Sample Answer Identify the Dimensions (1 point each) o Conscientiousness o Agreeable o Neuroticism o Openness to Experience o Extroversion Describe/Define all Needs (1 point each) o Conscientiousness – Careful dependable, self-disciplined o Agreeable – Courteous, good-natured, empathic, caring (accepted “people who agreed with others”) o Neuroticism – Anxious, hostile, depressed, emotional o Openness to Experience (accepted “Openness” and “Openness to change”) – Sensitive, flexible, creative, curious o Extroversion – Outgoing, talkative, sociable, assertive Example in the Organizational Context (1 point each)
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Unformatted text preview: Provided a realistic example of a person with a low- or high- degree of each dimension in an organizational context o Conscientiousness - (high) - The manager was impressed with Mary’s work because it was accurate and on-time. o Agreeable - (high) – Joe seemed to be always selected to chair a committee because of his agreeableness o Neuroticism - (high) – Bill was demoted because of his aggressive nature towards his subordinates. o Openness to Experience - (high) – Jane was excited about her promotion because of the new opportunities. o Extroversion - (high) –Susan was not asked to be committees because she always had something to say....
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  • Spring '08
  • AKUTSU
  • Big Five personality traits, Trait theory, organizational context, Rubric Sample Answer, subordinates. o Openness, Agreeable ­ Courteous

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