identifies his internal locus of control. Mark believes in himself and clearly understands thathe is in control of his future.4.Using the Big Five Model to align with Mark Cuban identifies surgency, conscientiousnessand openness to experience.As an extrovert, his interest is in getting ahead, taking risks,leading through competing and influencing, and achieving success. A person’s image isdeveloped by their appearance, nonverbal communications, and behavior (Lussier, 2019).5.Mark Cuban deviates from the stereo typical executive by dressing in jeans and t-shirts whenin attendance at Maverick’s games. This imagine is seen as being negative but attempt toappeal to the fans has changed the direction in a financially positive way.
6.The troubles Mark Cuban experiences with the NBA has created a negative persona forCuban but it appears that the “change the other person” approach has not been effective.Continuing to pursue acceptance of his behavior may be a successful if he offered acompromise by changing the most critical offenses while gaining acceptance of others.
ReferencesLussier, R. N. (2018). Human Relations in Orgnizations: Applications and Skill Building.