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The Big Five Personality Traits in the WorkplaceMany studies have been conducted on the OCEAN model and behavior, and how these traitscan somewhat predict a person’s workplace social behavior and performance. Having adeeper understanding of these behaviors can help coworkers and managers create trust, betterrelate to one another and cultivate a stronger workplace culture.Which of the Big Five Personality Traits Has the Biggest Influence on Job Performance?According to Essentials of Organizational Behavior: 14th Edition, the big five personalitydimension that has the biggest influence on job performance is conscientiousness. Those whoscore higher in this trait are likely to have higher levels of job-related knowledge as thosewho are highly conscientious learn more. They’re likely to have the aspects of a strongleader. However, they’re also more likely to put work first over anything else and aren’t aslikely to adapt to changing situations. They may face issues over learning a complex skillearly on because they tend to focus on their performance instead of the learning process, andthey are generally not as creative.Neuroticism high scores may indicate a higher propensity toward employee burnout, as thoseemployees have a tougher time managing their emotions. A high emotional stability is linkedto high life and job satisfaction, as well as lower stress levels. Additionally, those withemotional stability have a better chance of dealing with workplace demands, especiallyfast-paced change.12
Extroverts are people who take charge of situations. Typically, a high extroversion scoreshows that that person may have a strong leadership ability. They are more likely to behaveimpulsively than introverts, however.People who are open also have an easier time with workplace changes and are moreadaptable. They are also usually effective leaders and are “less susceptible to a decline inperformance over a longer time period,” according to Essentials of Organizational Behavior.Agreeablepeople are generally liked more and tend to follow the rules. They alsodemonstrate higher job satisfaction and are less likely to be involved in workplace accidents.Those who score low on agreeableness are more likely to behave in a way that createscounterproductive work behavior and may have less career success over the long term.3 (a) Emotional intelligence or EI is the ability to understand andmanage your ownEmotions, and those of the people around you. People with a high degree of emotionalintelligence know what they're feeling, what their emotions mean, and how these emotionscan affect other people.there are five key elements to it:1.Self-awareness.2.Self-regulation.3.Motivation.4.Empathy.5.Social skills.1. Self-awarenessIf you're self-aware, you always know how you feel, and you know how your emotions andyour actions can affect the people around you. Being self-aware when you're in a leadership13

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