71.Rachel described by her colleagues as pragmatic, super-competitive, and more : 1402238
71.Rachel is described by her colleagues as pragmatic, super-competitive, and more likely to persuade than be persuaded. She fits which personality category most closely?
72.Which of the following is defined as the tendency to direct much of one's behavior toward the acquisition of power and the manipulation of others for personal gain?
b.External locus of control
73.type people, according to Jung, would rather work with known facts and hard data and prefer routine and order in gathering information.
74.Research shows that are predisposed to being pragmatic, capable of lying to achieve personal goals, more likely to win in win-lose situations, and more likely to persuade than be persuaded.
a.high introverted individuals
d.low extroverted individuals
75.Which of these styles, according to Jung, avoids specifics, decentralizes decision-making and develops few rules and regulations?
e.None of these.
76.Maliah bases her judgments on impersonal analysis. To resolve problems at work, she uses reason and logic rather than personal values or emotional aspects of the situation. In gathering information, Maliah prefers routine and order. Based on this information, Maliah ranks highly in which Myers-Briggs category?
77.A widely used personality test that measures how people differ on all four of Jung's sets of paired opposites is the
a.Keirsey personality test
b.Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
c.Eysenck Personality Test
d.Enneagram Personality Type Detector
e.Oxford Capacity Analysis
78.A high degree of means you can accurately assess your own strengths and limitations and have a healthy sense of self-confidence.
79.Seeking positions of power and responsibility, Chandra has rapidly moved up the ranks within her organization.
Colleagues describe her as someone with a tremendous amount of energy, and a powerful force for leadership within the organization. Based on this description, Chandra has what type of personality?
80.conflict occurs when an individual perceives incompatible demands from others.