Personality Success Stories
In my experiences with working in team group environments and working as a supervisor with a large company I have observed several different personality traits. I think the most common one among my observations is identifying type A and type B personality’s developed by Friedman and Rosenman. I have observed these personalities throughout my studies and my work environments because they have become easy for me to identify. Type A individual are identifies as ambitious, organized, highly status conscious, impatient, proactive, and obsessed with time management (Bryce 2008). People with Type A personalities are often high-achievers who push themselves with deadlines, and hate delays. Type B individuals live at a lower stress level and typically work steadily by not becoming stressed. They are often reflective, thinking about the outer and inner worlds (Bryce 2008). Type B personalities may have a poor sense of time management. I have personally come across more type B personalities then I have with type A. I myself am a type A so this has become somewhat of a hardship for me because we tend to knock heads. By being a type A and working with type B’s I have had to find ways to help them to become more productive and meet deadlines in a more efficient manner. One way I have accomplished this is by pulling the individual to the desired goals rather than pushing them. By pulling them or leading them to the objective duties you allow them to work above his/her pace, but allow them the freedom that they desire. Few people like to be pushed to do something and type B personalities are no different. By working with type B personalities I have been forced to take on more responsibilities, but by developing some simple and effective ways I have been able to trust type B personalities with more responsibilities. References
Bryce, T. (08, 2007 07). personality types. Retrieved from...
References: Bryce, T. (08, 2007 07). personality types. Retrieved from http://www.articlesbase.com/human-resources-articles/personality-types-210700.html
Please join StudyMode to read the full document