Project 2 Instructions
Project 2 requires that you use the Prentice Hallâ€™s Self-Assessment Online Library (SAL) for Steps 1 and 2 (see below). You will find your access code for this library in your Organizational Behavior textbook.
- Once you access the Assessment Library and log in, you will be taken to the home page. Towards the top left hand side of the screen, you will see the Assessments tab. Click on that and, when it scrolls down, click on Part I: â€œWhat about me?â€. Answer the questions in that section and discuss the results. There are 5 sections to Part I:
- After completing Part I: â€œWhat about me?â€, proceed to Part II: â€œWorking with Others.â€ Answer the questions in that section and discuss the results. There are 3 sections to Part II:
- After completing Part II: â€œWorking with Othersâ€, proceed to Part III: â€œLife in Organizations.â€ There are 3 sections to Part III:
- After completing the test, use the results to write at least 1 paragraph for each part pertaining to the things you have learned about yourself. There is a lot to cover in each of these sections, so focus on the most significant things you have learned about yourself from each section. Use headings for each section, as in â€œPart I: What About Me?â€ etc. so that there are 3 subheadings for Question 1.
- Now that you have learned these things about yourself, apply them to your workplace behavior and interactions with others.
- To do so, provide a separate paragraph for each of the following questions:
- Please read the â€œThe Gospel and Personal Reflectionâ€ article located in the Reading & Study folder in Module/Week 5 and respond to the question found below.
- The MBTI helps us label our strengths and their corresponding weaknesses, as does the â€œBig Fiveâ€ personality test. Therefore, it would be easy to simply accept the fact that we have weaknesses. After all, “no one is perfect!”, we say. On the other hand, the assigned article points out that God through the Holy Spirit continues to conform us to the image of Jesus Christ.
- Write in first person.
- To facilitate the instructorâ€™s grading of these assignments, you must have major headings for Step 1, Step 2, and Step 3. Additionally, under the major heading of Step 1, you must have subheadings for each separate section of the Personality testâ€”â€œWhat about Me?â€, â€œWorking with Othersâ€, and â€œLife in Organizations.â€ That means that you need 3 subheadings for Step 1.
- The exact number of paragraphs that you include in each section is your decision; your instructor will not be grading you on how many paragraphs you used per section, but rather the extent to which you specifically addressed each of the sections above.
- The minimum of 4 required pages does not include the title page, abstract page, or reference page. Those must be counted as additional pages. You will likely find that it will be difficult to address all of these things in only 4 pages, but that constraint is part of the exercise itself. Learning to write succinctly and efficiently will improve your communication skills, regardless of the setting. Because you only have 4 pages to discuss all these components, be concise.
- Be sure to double-space, use 1-inch margins, and avoid bold font (except for headlines, per current APA format), underlining, and contractions.
- The reference page must include a minimum of the 5 following references in current APA format:
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