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  1. Big 5 Model • Five general personality traits • Traits exist on a continuum (low to high) • Openness • Conscientiousness • Extroversion • Agreeableness • Neuroticism/Emotional Stability

  2. Openness • the extent to which a person • thinks flexibly and is receptive to new ideas. • is open to new experience • is imaginative and curious • Implications for/receptivity to • organizational change • creativity

  3. Conscientiousness • Extent to which a person is: • Careful, dependable, & responsible • Implications: • More reliable • Perform better in all types of jobs • Higher incomes and occupational status (more extrinsic career success)

  4. Extroversion • The extent to which one is: • Sociable, talkative, and outgoing • Those low in extroversion are called introverts • Implications: • Sales jobs, managerial jobs • More extrinsic career success ($ & occupational status)

  5. Agreeableness • The extent to which one is: • Cooperative, tends to get along well with others • Low: tend to be rude, cold, & aloof

  6. Neuroticism/ Emotional Stability • High in emotional stability means low in neuroticism • More E.S., more calm, stable, & confident • Versus: nervous, insecure, & depressed • Implications: • More E.S., more extrinsic career success (higher income & occupational status)

  7. Personality Tests • Used by 20% of Companies • (recent survey suggests 40% are now using “PT”) • About 20% grade pass/fail • Validity of .38 when based on job analysis (as all tests should be)