BEH225 Week nine Final Project- Interview Profile

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Personal Interview 1 Final Project: Interview Profile Ronda White University of Phoenix, Axia College BEH 225 Instructor, Carol Tripp November 12, 2010
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Personal Interview 2 Personal Interview Profile Preamble The name of person whom I had chosen to interview is guarded and thus his identity will remain anonymous throughout the course of this report. However, I will make reference to him as “James Morrison” and derivatives of James Morrison. Scope of the Project For my personal interview, I had sought-after an intelligent and successful individual. This approach was meticulously decided upon to gain the best understanding regarding specific interview questions relative to basic psychology concepts; those that enable humans to form a broadened image of people. Additionally, and as a portion of the project’s range; to discover more about a person of whom I have befriended, and this relationship would enable the interviewee to remain candid throughout the interview process: James fit the bill. I deem it worth mentioning that this interviewee possesses a Master’s Degree in Psychology and therefore I discern that my interviewee, James, is both interested in the study and erudition of behavioral sciences the concerns of learning, memorization, comprehension of human behavior and personality development. Who is James D. Morrison? James Morrison is a married 38-year-old Caucasian male working as a full-time senior officer at OEM Worldwide. James is just three years younger than me. James and his family reside in a house shared with his extended family in Lewisville, Texas. His extended family consists of an aged Mother-in-law, Rebecca and Father-in-law, Aaron. He believes that living with his extended family helps him stay grounded and focused on providing a high quality living
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Personal Interview 3 environment for his wife, two children, his Mother-in-law, and Father-in-law. He believes that family closeness is achieved because of this environment. From out of nowhere (prior to the interview) : James stated that he believes that most executives and senior officers do not display forms of compassion toward their direct reports or in instances, globally, the corporate team. “They are more concerned about their paychecks and personal gratification and satisfaction than they are the well-being of those around them; their specific team” (personal communication, October 15, 2010). James strongly believes that he has a positive impact on his team and other team members by showing how much he cares about them and there well-being. Interview Setting The interview took place on a Friday at 2:15 p.m. in Jim’s office. His small and well- maintained office is at the end of a sizeable corridor, far enough away from any potential distractions. The office walls are complimented with awards of recognition and a diploma received from a nearby university. Insights and the Interview
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