Jugian Personality Type

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Jugian Personality Type

Personality attributes are entangled into the workplace environment in a problematic
fashion. Carl Jung viewed that it was difficult and least possible for people to individuate or
personalise themselves in the workplace, because they come with their personality and it
influences their conduct (Pittenger, 2004). This implies that rather than shaping personalities, the
workplace is a conglomeration of different personalities how struggle to fit and work together.
There are different ways in which personality affects people at work. According to Geyer (2010)
personal experiences at work, satisfaction with their jobs, commitment to the organisation,
relation with others, and other aspect of work are influenced by personality type. The type of
personality is what makes people happy a work or make open plan offices and hot-desking suits
fit some more than others (Prasad, Roy, & Sangupta 2016).

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Individual Essay
Length:                                  1,500 – 1,750 words (No 10%
leeway)
Weight:                                  20 marks (20%)
Submission:                          Online via link on L@G course
website
Important information:       Data collection for Assurance of
Learning will occur for this assessment.

Instructions:
To complete this assessment item, students must first complete
the personality and emotions self-assessment via the link on the
L@G course website. This activity takes approximately 30 minutes
to complete and your results will be presented at the end of the
self-assessment. Make sure you copy and paste your results
into a Word Document before closing the window or printing
results. Both the link and the interpretation document are located
on the L@G course website. Jugian Personality Type.

You will receive results for seven different measures of
personality/emotions:
 Personality
o Big 5
o MBTI
o Type A/B
 Emotions and Moods
o Positive and Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS)
o Habitual Emotion Regulation Questionnaire
o The Berkeley Expressivity Questionnaire
o STEM/STEU
Focusing on one measure selected from either of the two groups
(personality or emotions) of measures listed above, you are
required to report and analyse your test results for the chosen
measure and, drawing on relevant research literature, demonstrate
an understanding of what your self-assessment results might
mean for your current or future workplace behaviour. Jugian Personality Type.
The essay should aim to:

 Demonstrate a critical consideration of the role
personality or emotions play in the workplace through a
critical review of the literature; and,
 Demonstrate increased self-awareness about your personality
characteristics or emotions and moods via the self-
assessment survey. This reflection should explain the
meaning of the results (including a critique on their accuracy),
strengths, and development areas. This analysis must be
strongly supported by the literature in the area of personality
or emotion and moods that will be discussed. Jugian Personality Type.
You are expected to read widely beyond the prescribed text. To
this end, a minimum of 8 refereed academic journal articles must
be cited throughout the essay.  Articles that relate to these topics
can be found in full text format in databases such as ProQuest,
Business Source Premier and Psych Info. Referencing and in-text
citations must be in APA format. For this assessment item, it is
appropriate to write in the first person (i.e., to use “I” statements). Jugian Personality Type.

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Jugian Personality Type

Personality attributes are entangled into the workplace environment in a problematic
fashion. Carl Jung viewed that it was difficult and least possible for people to individuate or
personalise themselves in the workplace, because they come with their personality and it
influences their conduct (Pittenger, 2004). This implies that rather than shaping personalities, the
workplace is a conglomeration of different personalities how struggle to fit and work together.
There are different ways in which personality affects people at work. According to Geyer (2010)
personal experiences at work, satisfaction with their jobs, commitment to the organisation,
relation with others, and other aspect of work are influenced by personality type. The type of
personality is what makes people happy a work or make open plan offices and hot-desking suits
fit some more than others (Prasad, Roy, & Sangupta 2016)….

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