Personality traits of Steve jobs
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Mr. A. Srinivasa Rao Vijay chandra – 01
TOPIC Page An Introduction to Organizational Behavior 3 Personality Concept 4 Personality Theories Trait Theory 5 Psychoanalytic 5 Socio Cognitive 6
Humanistic Approach 6 Determinants of Personality 7 The Shaping of Personal 8 Analysis of personality of Steve jobs 11 References 12
Organizational behaviour is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups and organizational structure have on behaviour within the organization, for the purpose of applying such knowledge towards improving an organizational effectiveness.
OB involves integration of studies undertaken relating to behavioural sciences like psychology, sociology, anthropology, economics, social psychology and political science. Therefore, organizational behaviour is a comprehensive field of study in which individual, group and organizational structure is studied in relation to organizational growth and organizational culture, in an environment where impact of modern technology is great. The aim of the study is to ensure that the human behaviour contributes towards growth of the organization and greater efficiency is achieved.
The term personality is used in a number of ways including the apparent features of a person. It is used to refer to the person’s characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling and acting. By characteristic pattern we mean the consistent and distinctive ways our ideas, feelings and actions are organized. Contrary to this the personality theorists view ‘personality’ as the essence of the person. It is a person’s “true” inner nature. The kind of impression that a person makes on others is equally important in understanding personality. The different theories approach the structure and functioning of personality from different positions. There are many theories of personality each provides different answers about the way they treat the issues about personality functioning.
Personality refers to individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving. The study of personality focuses on two broad areas: One understands individual differences in particular personality characteristics, such as sociability or irritability.
Nature of Personality
Generally personality refers to the set of traits and behaviour that characterise an individual. A more comprehensive meaning of personality is that it refers to the relatively stable pattern of behaviour and consistent internal size and explains a person’s behavioural tendencies. The following elements should form the meaning of personality 1. Personality has both internal and external elements. The external traits are the observable behaviours that we notice in an individual’s personality. The internal states represent the thoughts values and genetic characteristics that we infer from the observable...