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Module 5 notes

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These notes cover everything in module 5
Intro to Management and organization
Jill Bradley-Geist
Class Notes
Mangement, MGMT3300
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jessica Notetaker on Wednesday September 21, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 3300 at University of Colorado Colorado Springs taught by Jill Bradley-Geist in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see Intro to Management and organization in MGMT at University of Colorado Colorado Springs.


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Date Created: 09/21/16
Module 5  Individual Differences (continue from Module 4) o KSAO's- knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics  What they want in a "star employee" o Nature vs Nurture  Nature: biology, what your born with (selection emphasis)  Nurture: societies influence, life experiences (Training Emphasis)  Different traits can be estimated to be more influenced by nature or nurture  Heritability: variation in individuals in a population that is influenced by genetic factors (varies 0 (none)- 1(very))  Intelligence is fairly heritable  Wonderlic Test- evaluate potential employees and their intelligence  Intelligence: ability to understand concepts, especially complex and abstract concepts  IQ testing is a good test that is cost-effective for companies o Personality: a set of characteristics the indicate a person's internal properties o OCEAN- The big 5 personality traits (helpful for selection)  Openness to experience: Open-minded, curious (intellectual), wanting to try new things  Conscientiousness: dependable, goal-oriented, disciplined  Extraversion: gain energy from being with people, talkative, bold, externally motivated  Agreeableness: courteous, forgiving, cooperative  Neuroticism: easily upset, stressed, worried (emotional stability) o MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator)- helpful for team building  Introversion/extroversion  Sensing/intuition  Thinking/Feeling  Judging/ perceiving o Attraction-Selection-Attrition (ASA)  People like/ select other people similar to themselves  EQ (emotional Intelligence) o More important than IQ and technical ability o Made up of  Self-awareness- aware of their strengths or weaknesses  Self-regulation- think before acting  Motivation- driven, goal oriented  Empathy- understand emotional needs of others  Social Skill- building networks, managing relationships o Able to increase EQ through training o Self-Efficacy- belief of your own ability to succeed o Locus of Control  Internal locus of control: you are in control  External locus of control: the environment controls circumstances


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