The unique nature of an individual is identified as their personality
The unique nature of an individual is identified as their personality.
2.Heredity refers to a system of shared beliefs, values and attitudes that guide individual behavior.
3.Culture is the hidden and unobservable meaning behind organizational behavior.
4.Situational factors have little if any affect on the stability of an individual’s personality.
5.According to Sigmund Freud the human personality has three parts, the id, the ego and the superego.
6.The id contains our concepts of morality and tells us what is right and wrong.
7.Conscientiousness has been identified as the personality trait with the strongest positive relationship to job performance.
8.A person’s generalized belief about internal (self) versus external (situation and others) control is known as the locus of control.
9.A Type A person is easygoing and not competitive.
10.A true Machiavellian manager is pragmatic, maintains emotional distance and supports the goals of others.