When I began this course I I was unsure of what to expect. The name of the class "Management for Organization" seemed like such a broad title. Just reading the title I new this class would entitle lots information. I was praying that I didn't get a hard professor. Through out the course I have learned a lot about responsibilities and characteristics of a CEO or managers on down the line of a business. There were a few things that I like most and I will explain them to in this paper. The topics I gained the most insight from were: big five personality traits, Levels of planning, Personal leadership style and managerial tasks. I will explain and tell you abut and what they mean and how they apply to me.
Many things in life you have to deal with personality some good some bad. But on manger stand point there are five personality traits. Some manger could be on the low end of some can be on the high end of it and others are in between. It being a effective manager. The first one is Extraversion means the tendency to experience positive emotions and moods and feel good about oneself and the rest of the world. You might ask yourself what doe this mean. This is in most cases when a manger who is on the high end of extraversion they are often called extraverts and the tend to be sociable. Mangers who are on the low end of extraversion are often called introverts. And they tend to be less inclined toward social interactions and have a less positive outlook. Second one is Negative affectivity this means the tendency to experience negative emotions and moods, feels distressed, and be critical of oneself and others. Many times mangers with the high end of this trait often angry and dissatisfied and complain about their own and others lack of progress. Other mangers that are on the low end of this trait do not tend to experience many negatives emotions and moods and are less pessimistic and critical to themselves and others. The third one is agreeableness is the tendency...
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