Week 9;Final Project;Interview Profile Report

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Interview Profile Report 1 Interview Profile Report Nicole Ureste May 8, 2011 BEH/225 Anita Mamoran
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Interview Profile Report 2 For my interview I chose to use Kris McRory who is a very good friend of mine. I met Kris in February of 2002 when I moved into the apartment complex where she is the resident manager. Over the last nine years we have remained close, even though I no longer live in her complex. I chose Kris because she is an extremely hard working individual and also because she has a personality and attitude that I really enjoy. During the interview we covered areas such as personality tests, motivation, personality traits, attitudes, her family, and also how she feels these things have changed over time or how they came to be in the beginning. Remembering information accurately for Kris McRory is easier if she is able to observe the behavior being performed and even more accurately if she is able to experience the situation hands on. She stated that if she has to read the information she will end up having to re-read the information more than one time in order for it to sink in and stay in her memory. When it comes to Kris studying at home or in a library setting, she prefers to study at her own home with light distractions such as her radio or television being on in the background. She does not like distractions such as her phone ringing, other people being around when she is trying to study, or dealing with residents coming to the door (K. McRory, personal communication, May 6, 2011). When it comes to work ethics, Kris has a very strong conviction of what working entails and takes her job extremely seriously. She enjoys working and feels good about herself when she knows that she has done a good job. Kris feels that her biggest source of motivation comes from wanting to do a good job not only to please her employers, but also to please herself at the end of the day. She feels good about her job when her complex is clean, in order, and all of her residents are taken care of. Kris feels that she is better at tasks when she is intrinsically motivated because she does a better job when she is able to set her own goals and reach them. She very seldom has to be told by someone else or her employers to do something because she does set her goals high
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Interview Profile Report 3 and always reaches those goals no matter what it takes for her to accomplish them (K. McRory, personal communication, May 6, 2011).
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