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Project 2 Instructions
Project 2 requires that you use the Prentice Hall’s Self-Assessment Online Library (SAL) for Steps 1 and 2 (see below). You will find your access code for this library in your Organizational Behavior textbook.
Note: If you did not purchase a new textbook, you may not be able to use the access code. The same may be true if your used textbook came with the SAL on a CD-ROM. You will need to purchase a new access code from this website.
Once you access the Assessment Library and log in, you will be taken to the home page. Towards the top left hand side of the screen, you will see the Assessments tab. Click on that and, when it scrolls down, click on Part I: “What about me?”. Answer the questions in that section and discuss the results. There are 5 sections to Part I:
Values and Attitude Insights,
Decision Making Insights, and
Leadership and Team Skills, and
Power and Conflict Skills.
Change and Stress.
In general, what have you learned from these personality tests about organizational behavior that will help you be a better employee, co-worker, and/or manager?
In particular, what have you learned about yourself from this personality test that will help you be a better employee, co-worker, and/or manager? Provide specific examples.
After completing Part I: “What about me?”, proceed to Part II: “Working with Others.” Answer the questions in that section and discuss the results. There are 3 sections to Part II:
After completing Part II: “Working with Others”, proceed to Part III: “Life in Organizations.” There are 3 sections to Part III:
After completing the test, use the results to write at least 1 paragraph for each part pertaining to the things you have learned about yourself. There is a lot to cover in each of these sections, so focus on the most significant things you have learned about yourself from each section. Use headings for each section, as in “Part I: What About Me?” etc. so that there are 3 subheadings for Question 1.
Now that you have learned these things about yourself, apply them to your workplace behavior and interactions with others.
To do so, provide a separate paragraph for each of the following questions: