Lessons Learned On Individual Behavior, Organizational Behaviour, And Organization Structure

1370 Words6 Pages
First, this essay explores several components consisting of lessons learned in relation to individual behavior, organizational behavior, and organization structure. Personality insights provide self-awareness and predict how one’s personality traits influence individual behavior. It is also helpful in predicting how an individual manages interpersonal skills to effectively work with others. Next, organizations differ in structure, personnel, and other factors, which impact workplace behavior and interpersonal interactions. Therefore, this essay demonstrates how a comprehensive understanding of one’s behavior and the organizational behavior will lead to better relations among employees, co-workers, and mangers. Finally, a biblical analysis gives a personal account of how all people have weaknesses that God can transform into strengths. Good Lessons LearnedNeeds work on headings What about Me The personality section indicated several interesting results overall, but the five-factor –Big Five – personality test revealed personality insights that were not especially surprising as they confirmed traits I already knew about myself. And they supported common perceptions of others who have observed or interacted with me. I scored moderately on dimensions such as extraversion, agreeableness, emotional stability, and openness to experience. However, the test revealed that I have a high conscientiousness dimension score of 13, which indicates “individuals who are dependable, reliable, thorough, organized, able to plan, and persistent have higher job performance in most if not all occupations” (Pearson Education, 2008). I agree with the analysis because I am one who strives to be a dependable and productive person;... ... middle of paper ... ...excellent application of your Biblical reference 2 Corinthians 12:7-10 demonstrates that Paul had a thorn that he wanted God to remove. Like Paul, I wanted God to get me out of that situation. He did not. Instead he got me through it. When I began to get weary in well doing, God was my strength and enabled me to be resilient and resolute. He also provided a covenant partner who was also a believer; we became very good friends and encouraged each other during our experience. God demonstrated his grace by not leaving us alone. God transformed my desire to be in control, which became a weakness, into my strength once I began to rely on God for guidance. I learned that I could not control the actions of others, nor could I control what God was doing in my life. However, I can control how I respond to challenges. I choose to respond in a way that glorifies God.

More about Lessons Learned On Individual Behavior, Organizational Behaviour, And Organization Structure

Open Document