. Don’t forget to cite your sources. See the rubric for specifics on grading.
2) Discuss your specific personality type, including all four dimensions, i.e. ENFP. Give SPECIFIC examples of how this assessment does or does not apply to you and your management style. This analysis needs to include how this style affects your communication on the job. In other words, how does your stye affect the way you communicate with others? Were you aware of this communication style? How has your style helped you or hindered your work performance or success?
3) Identify a current co-worker’s MBTI’s style giving several examples of how they communicates and how they behave. Look at the material on the specific styles and be sure you to do cite that material.
4) How might you have a conflict with this co-worker? What can you do to resolve that conflict positively and what could you do that would resolve the conflict ineffectively?
Write the questions out completely and then answer them one at a time. You must first demonstrate that you understand this theory, and then apply it. This paper should be a minimum of 5-6 pages. It may be longer, with 5-7 citation sources. Do not quote directly from the text but put this material in your own words being sure to document. Use the APA (7the edition) format to document the websites. Please consult the writing guidelines for the course.
Comprehension and Application Rubric
Applied to Personality/Communication Styles
|Excellent (3)||Acceptable (2)||Unacceptable (1)|
|Connections to Discipline
Sees (makes) connections across disciplines, perspectives
|Thoroughly discusses each of the four dimension of the MBTI. discussion should include material on how these dimensions might communicate. Be sure to include material from the text.||Adequately discusses each of the four dimension of the MBTI using the website and text.||Is lacking some knowledge of the four dimension of the MBTI|
|Reflection and Self-Assessment
Demonstrates a developing sense of self as a learner, building on prior experiences to respond to new and challenging contexts (may be evident in self-assessment, reflective, or creative work)
|Thoroughly applies Type to himself. You must identify all four letters of your style. Discusses style as a whole as well. Accurately applies the material to himself using many examples from work experiences. Also discusses the style as a whole.||Adequately applies Type to a self-analysis by giving some examples.||Minimally applies Type to a self-analysis. The paper does not include examples or does not apply the MBTI correctly.|
|Connections to Experience
Connects relevant experience and academic knowledge.
|Correctly identifies the style of a co-worker giving specific examples of how he or she communicates. This identification should include a discussion of all four letters.
|Identifies the style of coworker but does give many examples
|Either doesn’t identify a style, includes no examples, or incorrectly identifies the style.
Adapts and applies skills, abilities, theories, or methodologies gained in one situation to new situations.
|Thoroughly discusses a conflict which he could have with his co-worker including the perspectives of both personality styles. Discusses strategies which would produce both a positive and a negative outcome.||Discusses a conflict which he could have with his co-worker including the perspectives of both personality styles. Proposes strategies which would produce a positive outcome.
|Has little idea how to handle a conflict with his co-worker considering both personality styles.
|Integrated Communication||Paper reflects good grammar, spelling, syntax, and writing technique. The writer’s style is clear, concise, and well organized. The writer uses terms that are easily understood. APA format is used accurately and consistently||Paper reflects good grammar, spelling, and writing technique APA format is used accurately most of the time.||APA format is not used to an acceptable level. Paper may include grammar, documentation, or writing technique problems.|
(Adapted from Dr. Melody Hufman)