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Week 1: Introducing Organizational Behavior and Individual Differences - LSI LSI Assignment Guidelines Developing a willingness and ability to engage in self-reflection is a critical leadership skill that is not easily learned yet which reaps many rewards. The LSI enables you to examine your own unique way of thinking and how it influences your behavior. Your Assignment: Complete (on your own) the LSI according to the procedure outlined here, so that you end up with your "Life Styles Circumplex" profile: 12 "personal thinking style" scores, one score for each section of the circumplex. Write a 3–5 page paper examining and explaining your LSI results. There are more details in the table below. LSI Style Interpretations: Go to the LSI1 Results page, find your circumplex profile, and click on the circumplex "slice" of one of the styles. The site will bring you to a customized interpretation of the style you clicked on. Click on each of the 12 "slices" to see all of the customized style description pages. How to Use the Inventory Click here to go to the Life Styles Inventory (LSI) exercise. Follow the instructions given on the LSI Website. The content of your LSI paper must include a copy of your LSI results (circumplex and chart) and the following written sections: Section Points Description Title page Title of your applied research paper, your name, e-mail address, course number and title, instructor, and date. Personal Thinking Styles 25 Identify your primary and backup thinking styles: What are your "primary" (highest percentile score) and "backup" (second highest percentile) personal thinking styles as shown in your circumplex? Discuss how your primary
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