Describe a summary of each factor according to the report received after taking the test.

Create a PowerPoint presentation that addresses the results of your personality test and how your characteristics affect your job attitude and performance.
Your presentation will cover the following five questions:

  1. List your five personality factors, including your score. Describe a summary of each factor according to the report received after taking the test.
  2. After reviewing your report, is there any part of the report that you do not agree with? Why do you not agree with it?
  3. Is there any part of your personality characteristics that you want to work on to change?
  4. How does your personality affect your attitude at work? At home? In a public setting?
  5. How does your personality affect your job performance?

Requirements:

·  For this assignment, submit a PowerPoint presentation of 11-12 slides, not counting the cover slide and reference list slide.

·  Support your arguments with at least two scholarly references to the concepts you discuss on your slides.

·  APA Format

·  Slide notes

EXTRA INFORMATION

Your Personality Test
Results

Extraversion

36

Agreeableness

37

Conscientiousness

37

Neuroticism

30

Openness

34

The personality test that you’ve just taken is based on the Five Factor Model of personality. Personality psychologists believe this is a pretty good description of the broad traits or general areas that go to make up a person’s core personality. Personality isn’t set in stone, however, so keep that in mind if you see anything you’d like to alter below. Teenagers and young adults should take the below results with a bit of caution, as their personalities are still under development (personality is generally pretty well formed by one’s mid 20’s).

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