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Modern Organizational Analysts Chris Argyris
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Wrote about the inherent conflict between the mature adult personality and the needs of organizations; consider what else we have going on in our lives and let people make Wrote that personalities may have to be “fitted” to organizations; inherent nature is an issue; conform or leave.
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their own decisions; empowerment mitigates conflict.
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1. Introversion/ extroversion 2. Sensing/intu itive 3. Feeling/thin king 4. Perceiving/ju 1. Sanguine 2. Melancholic 3. Choleric 4. Phlegmatic
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dging
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Hippocrates for humors: Myers-Briggs type indicator:
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Melancholic; Phlegmatic Sanguine; Choleric
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____ is optimistic and energetic while ____ is irritable and impulsive. ____ is moody and withdrawn while ____ is calm and slow.
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Boys Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
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Not perfect, but gives a good idea of your personality; we like to categorize people into little boxes, but we won’t fit perfectly; runs on a continuum with 16 different combinations. Typically play in large groups with hierarchical relationships (i.e. the leader of the pack is the biggest).
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Girls Boys
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Aggressiveness is common and accepted, challenge others to negotiate status (i.e. fighting), and relationships focus on the status dimension. Typically play with best friend or small groups with even numbers and relationships are more equity-based (no status).
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Men Girls
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Aggressiveness is shunned and discouraged, emphasis on the way they’re all the same in the group (homogeneity), and relationships focus on rapport dimension. Tend to be sensitive to the power dynamics of interaction; for instance, they tend to position themselves as one-up and resist being put in a one-down position by others.
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Men; Women Women
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Tend to be more sensitive to the rapport dynamic of interaction; for instance, they tend to speak in ways that save face for others and buffer statements that could be seen as putting others in a one- ____ are more likely to use first person personal pronouns (I, me, my, mine) while ____ are more likely to use third person personal pronouns (we, us, ours).
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down position.
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Conversational Rituals Women; Men
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____ are more likely to believe that blowing their own horn is in bad taste while ____ are more likely to call attention to an accomplishment. Most cultures have conventionalized queries or statements not intended to take literally.
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“Where are you Going?” Conversational Rituals
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i.e. “How do you do?” inquiries during introductions, “God Bless you!” comments after a sneeze, and “Have a good one!” or “Don’t work too hard!” on parting Conversational ritual you use upon greeting someone in the Philippines or other parts of the world.
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Women; Men Conversational Rituals
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