Intuition preferring hunches and speculations based on theory and imagination

Intuition preferring hunches and speculations based

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Intuition- preferring hunches and speculations based on theory and imagination Thinking vs. Feeling Thinking- approaching decisions with logic and critical analysis Feeling- approaching decisions with an emphasis on others’ needs and feelings Judging vs. Perceiving Judging- approaching tasks by planning and setting goals Perceiving- preferring to have flexibility and spontaneity when performing tasks Holland’s RIASEC model- suggests that interests can be summarized by six different personality types Realistic- enjoy practical, hands-on, real-world tasks Investigative- enjoy abstract, analytical, theory-oriented tasks Artistic- enjoy entertaining and fascinating others using imagination Social- enjoy helping, serving, or assisting others Enterprising- enjoy persuading, leading, or outperforming others Conventional- like order and working with numbers Type A vs. Type B Cultural Values- The shared values, beliefs, motives, identities, and interpretations that result from common experiences of members of a society and are transmitted across generations Employees working in different countries tended to prioritize values, and those values clustered into several distinct dimensions
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Where you are from influences your personality Ethnocentrism - a propensity to view your own cultural values as “right” and others’ as “wrong” Hofstede’s Dimensions of Cultural Values United States Individualistic Low in power distance (everyone interacts equally) Low in uncertainty avoidance More masculine than feminine as a country Short-term oriented Project GLOBE (Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness) is a collection of 170 researchers from 62 cultures who have studied 17,300 managers in 951 organizations since 1991 - Main purpose is to examine the impact of culture on the effectiveness of various leader attributes, behaviors, and practices - “Clusters” of companies… US falls under Anglo - US was considered moderate Project GLOBE Power Distance and Uncertainty avoidance Institutional collectivism Formalized practices encourage collective action and collective distribution of resources In-group collectivism People express pride and loyalty to specific in-groups Gender egalitarianism The culture promotes gender equality and minimizes role differences between men and women Assertiveness Future Orientation The culture engages in planning and investment in the future while delaying individual or collective gratification Performance Orientation The culture encourages and rewards members for excellence and performance improvements Humane Orientation The culture encourages and rewards members for being generous, caring, kind, and altruistic
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Importance of Personality and Cultural Values Conscientiousness affects job performance (it is the best predictor of success) Conscientiousness has a moderate correlation to both job performance and org commitment It is a key driver of what’s referred to as typical performance, reflecting performance in
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