Personality - Individual Behavior - Organizatinoal Behavior

This factor refers to personal traits such as dominance, aggressiveness, persistence and other qualities reflected through a person's behavior. An individual's personality determines the type of activities that he or she is suited for, and the likelihood that the person would be able to perform the task effectively.  Thus, personality factors must be taken into account in determining the suitability of an individual for a position/task in an organization.

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