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BUAD 304: Leading Organizations Lecture Session #1 Personality and Leadership
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Course Format w Three Parts n Online lecture (weekly) n Discussion section (weekly) n Lecture section (bi-weekly); lecture style = interactive w Grading: discussion instructor (Chris or Jody) w Visit me — email to set up an appointment w P.S. No computers, smart phones, etc. in class
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Introductions w Why OB is important w A bit of personal background w Initial introductions (groups of 3-5)
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Alexis de Tocqueville w “In democratic countries, knowledge of how to combine is the mother of all other forms of knowledge; on its progress depends that of all the others.”
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Lecture Series Outline w w w 3. Leading Teams w w 5. Shaping Company Culture w 6. Developing Talent & Influencing Others
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Themes w Organizational success w Leading organizations w Personal success n Finding the right career for you n Finding the right coworkers/partners n Being influential and interacting effectively with others
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Organization Success w Strategy w Finance w Accounting w Marketing w Operations w Communications w Organizational Behavior
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Organizational Behavior w About 60 years old w Contributing Disciplines n Psychology (personality, cognitive, social) n Sociology n Anthropology n Political science
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What we study w Individuals w w Organization Structures w PLUS: Interactions between these levels
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Outcomes w Productivity w Absenteeism w Turnover w Deviant Workplace Behavior w Organizational Citizen Behavior w Job Satisfaction w Decision-Making
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Individual Level: Major Objectives w Self: Instrument of Leadership w Understand Yourself n What are your strengths? n Areas for development? w Understand Others
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Individuals Differ w Biographical Characteristics w Personality w Values w Decision-Making w Motivation w Emotions These variables affect how we behave and interact with others
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What is my Basic Personality? The Big Five Model of Personality (OCEAN) 1. O penness to Experience 2. C onscientiousness  3. E xtraversion 4. A greeableness  5. N euroticism/Emotional Instability
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Low Score Preserver:          Often  possesses expert  knowledge and is  practical, down-to- earth, efficient,  comfortable with  repetitive activity, and  conservative in  opinions. May be perceived as  closed to new  experiences, set in  High Score Explorer:            Tends to have many  broad interests. Often is  curious and seeks new  and varied experiences.  May be easily bored.  Often described as  creative, imaginative, or  artistic. Tends to be  reflective, liberal, and  comfortable with theory.  Openness
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Low Score Flexible:             Tends  to approach goals in a  relaxed, spontaneous,  and open-ended fashion;  a procrastinator.  May often be involved in  many tasks at the same  time. May be perceived 
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