Personality : Personality & Emotions Slide 2: Chapter Overview Slide 3: Part 1 - Introduction & Determinants
Part 2 - Personality Traits Models
Model2- Big Five
Part 3 - Major Personality Attributes Influencing OB
Part 4 - Personality & National Culture
Part 5 – Linking An Individuals Personality to the workplace Personality Concepts Slide 4: Emotional Concepts Part1 - Diffrance Between Affect-Emotions-Moods
Ignorance Of Emotions in Early Era
Part 2 - Emotional Labour
Part 3 - Emotion Dimmensions
Part 4 - Gender & Emotions
Part 5 - External Constraints
Part 6 – Emotional Intelligence (EI)
Part 7 – OB Applications Slide 5: Different personality clip Different well-known personalities : Different well-known personalities Slide 9: Part 1 Introduction & Determinants Slide 10: Personality “Personality is the sum total of
ways in which an individual REACTS
and INTERACTS with others.” situations : situations Situation 1 :-
Suppose that you are new to the organisation, and not familiar to your colleague. You get a chance to interact with them in this party.
What will you do in this situation?
You will take the initiative to talk
Feel strange and nervous so will not talk with others
You will wait for someone else to talk to you
you will stand and smile to others. Situation 2 :- : Situation 2 :- If you go in a shopping mall, and you like one t-shirt,
What would be your action?
You will immediately buy it
You will take a trial before purchasing.
c) You will match the price with your budget and if it matches than only you will purchase it.
d) You will look out for the discount shceme Situation 3 :- : Situation 3 :- If you are going for an important meeting . On the way to the office, you see an accident.
How will you react in this situation?
a) you will take the victim to the hospital
b) you will call the victim’s family member and inform about the accident and will go away from there.
C) you will feel scared about it and will move away from there.
d) Seen such critical situation, you start crying up.
e) you wont even notice about the accident. Situation 4 :- : Situation 4 :- Shamina ma’m announcement in the class that today she is going to take surprise presentation of the students for the topic already been explained by her in the previously lecture.
a) you will readily accept and will present only if ma’m will call you
c) you will take the initiative and start presenting
d) you will hide your face so that you are not being noticed
e) you will ask for some time to get information organized and then will present.
f) you will get annoyed of not being informed earlier. Situation 5 :- : Situation 5 :- If girl is crossing the road, a group of boys starts harassing her by whistling or by passing comments or by making faces. If you are that girl how will you react t that time?
a) you will go and slap that boy
b) you will complaint to the police authority
c) you wouldn’t react and pass by
d) you will call your brother or friend or boyfriend to threaten that group Situation 6 :- : Situation 6 :- You have been given a group project. You have made a mistake in between and only you are aware of it. How will you react on it?
a) you will confess that you have made the mistake.
b) you will held someone else to be responsible for the mistake
c) you will try to find out the solution for it
d) you will keep mum all through out the project. What Determines The Personality? : What Determines The Personality? Heredity : Heredity Examples
Kapoors and Deols family
Twins Environment : Environment Examples
Govinda – “jis desh me ganga rehta he” situation : situation Examples
John abraham - New York movie
Amir khan - lagan movie Slide 21: Part 2 Personality Traits
Model 1 - MBTI
Model 2 - Big Five Slide 22: Style of
Decision Making Judgmental (J) Perceptive (P) Preference for
Decision Making Thinking (T) Feeling (F) Type of Social
Interaction Introvert (I) Extrovert (E) Preference for
Gathering Data Intuitive (N) Sensing (S) Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Slide 23: Extraversion Introversion Interest Orientation E I Talkative,
Quite, Slide 24: Filmy Examples Slide 25: Sensing iNtuition Perception S N Organised,
Focus Detail. Less Regular,
Focus Big Picture Slide 26: Filmy Examples Slide 27: Thinking Feeling Judgment T F Reliability of logical order – cause and effect,
Apathy Priorities based on personal importance and values,
Sympathy Slide 28: Filmy Examples Slide 29: Judgment Perception Environment Orientation J P Judging attitude – Control of events and systematic planning Spontaneity – Curious, awaiting events and adapting to them,
Flexible Slide 30: Filmy Examples Video Slide 32: MBTI Animated Explanation Slide 33: 1 2 3 5 4 Extroversion Agreeableness Conscientiousness Emotional stability Openness to
Experiance Big Five Model Slide 34: The Big Five Personality Model Openness to Experience Extraversion Agreeableness Conscientiousness Emotional Stability Slide 35: The Big Five Personality Dimensions Extraversion: Outgoing, talkative, sociable, assertive
Agreeableness: Trusting, good natured, cooperative, soft hearted
Conscientiousness: Dependable, responsible, achievement oriented, persistent
Emotional stability: Relaxed, secure, unworried
Openness to experience: Intellectual, imaginative, curious, broad minded
Research finding: Conscientiousness is the best (but not a strong) predictor of job performance Slide 36: Filmy Example Slide 37: Extraversion Slide 38: Agreeableness Slide 39: Conscientiousness Slide 40: Emotional stability Slide 41: Openness to experience Slide 42: Class Quiz Rang De Basanti Slide 43: Define The Personality
Big 5 Personality Model Slide 44: Extraversion Slide 45: Openness to experience Slide 46: Agreeableness Slide 47: Emotional stability Slide 48: Conscientiousness Slide 49: Part 3 Major Personality Attributes
Influencing OB As per 11th Edition Slide 50: Other Key
Attributes Proactive Personality As per 11th Edition Slide 51: LOCUS OF CONTROL As per 11th Edition Slide 52: JULIAN ROTTER As per 11th Edition Slide 53: Locus of Control Internal locus of control: belief that one controls key events and consequences in one’s life. External locus of control: One’s life outcomes attributed to environmental factors such as luck or fate. As per 11th Edition Slide 54: INTERNALS EXTERNALS Relationship Between LOC & some other factors : Relationship Between LOC & some other factors LOC Job Satisfaction Absenteeism Turnover As per 11th Edition Slide 56: As per 11th Edition COMPARISION BETWEEN INTERNALS & EXTERNALS : COMPARISION BETWEEN INTERNALS & EXTERNALS INTERNALS
Better job performance
Attempt to control their environment
Good decision maker EXTERNALS
Follow direction As per 11th Edition JOB SUITABILITY : JOB SUITABILITY INTERNALS
Managerial jobs EXTERNALS
Routine jobs As per 11th Edition JOB SUITABILITY : JOB SUITABILITY Judge of court -Internals
Teacher of driving school -Externals
Financial adviser -Internals
CEO of any co -Internals
Call center -Externals Slide 60: Machiavellianism Named after Niccolo Machiavelli
Maintains emotional distance
Believes that ends can justify the means As 11th per Edition High Machs : High Machs Manipulate more
Persuade others more High Machs persuaded by :- : High Machs persuaded by :- Persuaded by 3 factors
Situation having minimum number of rules & regulations ,allowing latitude for improvisation
Emotional involvement with details irrelevant Job suitability : Job suitability For High Machs
Job requiring bargaining skills ( such as labor negotiation )
Or that offer substantial rewards for winning ( as commissioned sales ) Slide 64: Self Esteem Self Esteem : Self Esteem The degree to which a person likes or dislikes himself
It is directly related to expectations for success
High Self Esteem
Low self Esteem High Self Esteem : High Self Esteem They believe that they possess the ability they need to succeed at work
Will take more risks in job selection
And more likely to choose unconventional jobs than people with low self esteem
They will not be susceptible to the external influences
They are more satisfied with their job Slide 67: Self-Monitoring Self-Monitoring : Self-Monitoring Ability to adjust one’s behaviour to external ,situational factors High self monitoring : High self monitoring Capable of presenting striking contradictions between their public persona & private self
Tend to pay closer behaviour of others & more capable of conforming than low self monitoring
Capable of putting different “faces” for different audiences Low Self Esteem : Low Self Esteem They seek appreciation from others
Seek approval from others and try to conform to the beliefs and behaviours of those they respect
They try to please others and therefore they would not take unpopular stands than are high SEs Slide 71: Risk Taking Personality Attributes influencing OB Quick Decision making
Specific to jobs (stocks) (accounts) Willingness To Take Risk Slide 72: Personality Attributes influencing OB Proactive Personality Slide 73: A & B Types of Personality Type ‘A’
Suffer high level of stress
Quantity over quality
Poor decision makers
Behavior is easier to predict Type ‘B’
Difficult to predict behavior
Good decision makers
Quality of work
No compromise on health
Wiser than hasty
Creative / innovative solutions to same problem Slide 74: Part 4 Personality
National Culture Slide 76: Part 5 Linking
An Individual's Personality
To The Workplace Slide 77: Investigative A I S C E R Realistic Artistic Social Enterprising Conventional Occupational Personality Types Slide 78: Person-Job Fit Holland’s Personality-Job Fit Theory Type Personality Occupations Realistic Investigative Social Conventional Enterprising Artistic Shy, Stable, Practical Analytical, Independent Sociable, Cooperative Practical, Efficient Ambitious, Energetic Imaginative, Idealistic Mechanic, Farmer,
Assembly-Line Worker Biologist, Economist,
Mathematician Social Worker,
Teacher, Counselor Accountant, Manager
Bank Teller Lawyer, Salesperson Painter, Writer,
Musician Slide 79: Person-Organisation Fit Extoversion - aggressive, team-oriented culture
Agreeableness - supportive organizational climate
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