personality test

Unit III Project Examine your own personality by completing a personality test using the following site: https://www.humanmetrics.com/test.

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Unit III Project Examine your own personality by completing a personality test using the following site: https://www.humanmetrics.com/test. Reflecting on your own personality, respond to this project in an essay, addressing each item below. Include research from at least one scholarly source from the CSU Online Library to support your responses.
Unit III Project
Examine your own personality by completing a personality test using the following site: http://www.humanmetrics.com/test. Reflecting on your own personality, respond to this project in an essay, addressing each item below. Include research from at least one scholarly source from the CSU Online Library to support your responses.
• Describe how emotional intelligence and understanding personality types are important for developing relationships.
• Examine the extent to which you believe that personality profiles can help to reduce workplace conflicts.
• Describe personality types of coworkers that cause personality conflicts for you based on your own personality assessment.
• Describe a time you experienced a personality conflict, and discuss how you addressed it.
Format your essay consistent with APA guidelines. Your essay should be two pages in length, not including the title page or reference page. All sources used must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying intext citations in the proper APA format.

Make sure you start the paper with and introduction, summarize the main points. Graading rubric level 5 for introduction, very important.
The myCSU Student Portal has great learning resources available for students. Please click here to access an essay example to use as a guide for this assignment.

Welcome to Week Three of Organizational Research and Theory
Organizational Research and Theory provides an examination of organizational theory and managerial concepts of human behavior in organizations. It focuses on theoretical and practical application of motivation, leadership, power, and reward systems. The course offers a balanced view of the structural and human sides of organization design.
This week, we will explore sources and effects of power on managing conflict within an organization. You are encouraged to conduct research and integrate your experiences or real-life experiences you read about into your works.
This week’s Learning Outcomes are based:
3. Explore sources and effects of power on managing conflict within an organization.
3.1 Describe how emotional intelligence and understanding personality types are important for developing relationships.
3.2 Examine how personality profiles might help reduce workplace conflicts.
Week 3 Readings
Complete the following readings before starting work on the assignments:
Capozzoli, T. K. (1995). Resolving conflict within teams. The Journal for Quality and
Participation, 18(7), 28-30. Retrieved from
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Fredericksen, E. D., & McCorkle, S. (2013). Explaining organizational responses to workplace
aggression. Public Personnel Management, 42(2), 223-238. Retrieved from
https://libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com.libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/docview/1665116579?accountid=33337
Sikes, B., Gulbro, R. D., & Shonesy, L. (2010). Conflict in work teams: Problems and solutions.
Allied Academies International Conference. Academy of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict. Proceedings, 15(1), 15-19. Retrieved from
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Other Suggested Readings:
Meisler, G., & Vigoda-Gadot, E. (2014). Perceived organizational politics, emotional
intelligence and work outcomes: Empirical exploration of direct and indirect effects. Personnel Review, 43(1), 116-135. Retrieved from
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Ramírez Solís, E. R., Monroy, V. I. B., & Orozco-Gómez, M. (2014). The inner circle: How
politics affects the organizational climate. Journal of Organizational Culture, Communication and Conflict, 18(1), 65-87. Retrieved from
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While reading, make note of pertinent facts. You will be required to reference your readings in our assignments.
Unit 3 Assignment:
Unit III Project
Grammar and Adherence to APA Format
The rules governing the grammar and usage of standard American English must be followed, and language should be clear, precise, and appropriate for Graduate level program.

When formatting and composing assignments, you must follow the guidelines described in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association and the style guide of College of Business. Additionally, the overall layout of assignments, including citations and reference pages, should adhere to APA style. Please be sure that all your SafeAssign (long essays) assignments are completed with a title page per APA-you do not need title page for your short pasted essays in the weekly unit assessment. You must learn to write perfectly by the time you get to your graduation, and I will try to help you with this. Please take this in the spirit in which it is intended!