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Being extravert agreeable conscientious emotional

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being extravert, agreeable, conscientious, emotional stability, and openness to experience can guide the manager in knowing what motivates and what is relevant to them. The employee’s age range can play a role in determining the values they hold dear. For example Veterans who entered the workforce during the 1950 or 1960s are classified as hard workers, conservative, and loyal to the company. While those who entered the workforce after 2000 are known for having values of being self-reliant yet team-oriented. Values also are different for employees depending on their country of origin and it would helpful for managers to become knowable of different levels of power distance, individualism, masculinity, uncertainty avoidance, and long-term versus short- term orientation. A manager can use this knowledge to motivate and build a team that works together to accomplish the mission of the organization.
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WEEK 1 & 2 LEARNING TEAM SUMMARY 3 Managers base the way they manage their company by the characteristics of their employees. Some employees might need to be told exactly what they need to do order by order. With that type of employees a manager would give them a checklist that
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