I would think that difference would be more important that similarities Its

I would think that difference would be more important

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I would think that difference would be more important that similarities. It’s easy to work with someone that has a like-minded personality to be comfortable and interact. However, there
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Natalie Calaway February 15, 2020 Organizational Psychology Psy-434-90-2 is more of challenge to learn to interact with someone different from you. It actually creates a sense of insight and experience to learn and deal with someone else’s personality. My experiences with people who had personalities that poses a problem to me, actually taught me how to navigate my own reactions and expression, so that I could act accordingly to that situation or environment. 5-3: Do you think knowledge of personality similarities or differences can help employees reduce conflict and get along better? Or does this knowledge have the potential to cause harm? Explain your answer. I think that have a basic understanding would give some sort of understanding within the employees. I feel that if that was a requirement in hopes of being satisfied at work, then training would need to happen to ensure basic comprehension. In my military career, there were many training exercises to understand job cohesion, satisfaction and fairness. There were reinforcements in place (positive and negative) if our integrity wasn’t in place during any interaction in the workplace.
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Natalie Calaway February 15, 2020 Organizational Psychology Psy-434-90-2 Case study #6 6-1- Using a search engine of your own choosing, find an article about Bill Ford and the job he is doing at Ford Motor Company. What evidence of team-oriented decision making did
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