Big five personality traits: Surgency (Extroversion-Outgoing), Conscientiousness (Dependability), Agreeableness (Cheerful/Optimistic), Adjustment (Emotional Stability), Intellectance (Curious/Inquisitive) Cognitive skills: Involve good judgement, foresight, intuition, creativity, and the ability to find meaning and order in ambiguous, uncertain events. Competencies: are frequently used to describe desirable attributes for managers in a particular company or profession. Ex. Social intelligence, Emotional Intelligence, Learning Ability Conceptual skills: General analytical ability, logical thinking, relativity in idea generation and problem solving, ability to analyze events and perceive trends, anticipate change and recognize problems and opportunities Derailed careers: Meaning a person was dismissed, opted for early retirement, or simply reached a "plateau" without any chance of further advancement. Emotional Intelligence: Includes several interrelated component skills. Empathy, self-regulation, and emotional self-awareness. Emotional maturity: Encompasses several interrelated motives, traits and values. People are well adjusted and do not suffer severe psychological disorders, have mores self-awareness, less self-centered, have stable emotions, less defensive. Emotional stability: Meaning they are not prone to extreme mood swings or outbursts of anger. Interpersonal skills: Knowledge about human behaviour and interpersonal processes, ability to understand feelings and attitudes (empathy), ability to communicate clearly and effectively (persuasive, speech fluency), and ability to establish effective and cooperative relationships. Locus of control orientation: Belief that events in people’s lives are determined more by their actions than by chance or uncontrollable forces. Need for achievement: Managers are likely to engage in task behaviors such as setting challenging but realistic goals and deadlines, developing specific action plans, determining...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document