slide 1: Agreeableness slide 2: Question 1
How agreeable are you slide 3: An agreeable person is kind caring and helpful person. She
or he trusts other people wants to get along with
others enjoys interacting with other people and finds it
easy to cooperate with others. Social harmony is
important for her / him.
https://www.verywell.com/agreeable-personality-3287986 slide 4: Agreeable people may find it difficult to
analyze the validity of arguments
make difficult decisions and/or
deliver bad news.
https://www.verywell.com/agreeable-personality-3287986 slide 5: Agreeable people may also find it difficult to work
alone. To cope with stress for example agreeable
people may turn to support networks.
https://www.verywell.com/agreeable-personality-3287986 slide 6: The more agreeable and conscientious a person is
the more she / he tends to like his or her job.
https://hbr.org/2013/04/does-money-really-affect-motiv slide 7: In work that involve frequent interaction or
cooperation with others agreeableness and
extraversion will be valid predictors.
Five20personality20dimensions20and20job20performance20-20a20meta-analysis.pdf slide 8: Sources
Agreeable workers earn lower incomes
than less agreeable workers. slide 9: Tip for agreeable people
Think ”I want to be perceived as fair” instead of
”I want to be liked.”
http://sloanreview.mit.edu/the-magazine/2012-spring/53312/how-to-become-a-better-leader/ slide 10: Question 2
How disagreeable are you slide 11: Disagreeable people are challenging
competitive and aggressive.
http://digest.bps.org.uk/2015/12/if-you-want-to-be-creative-does-it-help.html slide 12: For disagreeable people it is more important to be right
than to care about how to get along with others. Sometimes
their skepticism about others motives causes them to be
suspicious unfriendly and uncooperative.
Disagreeable people are more likely to distance themselves
http://thebrainflux.com/big-five-personality-traits/ ‘ slide 13: If you want people to embrace new ideas you need to
be willing to put your ideas on the line weather negative
feedback and have the strength to convince people why
your ideas have merit.
Research shows that for these sharing and promotional
aspects of creativity having a disagreeable personality
may be an advantage.
http://digest.bps.org.uk/2015/12/if-you-want-to-be-creative-does-it-help.html slide 14: We tend to stereotype people in for example this way:
Takers Disagreeable people.
Givers Agreeable people.
That is not correct. Giving and taking is based on our values. To
give or to take are choices we make regardless of whether our
personalities are agreeable or disagreeable. Givers can be
disagreeable and takers can be agreeable.
Page 191. slide 15: Ideas for disagreeable people
1. Say what’s in it for others.
2. Use humour.