The Big Five are specific traits that are used to describe the human personality. The concept of the Big Five is from the work of Costa and McCrae and since 1 992 has become one of the best methods for understanding the relationship between academic behavior and personality (dhow, 2013). The following paragraphs will discuss each team member’s results, solutions for working together using the information from the Big Five assessment, and a synopsis of the reliability and validity of personality measurements.
Team Member’s Results According to the Contemporary Trait Approach of the “Big Five”, Timmy is assessed as an extrovert, which has the personality dimension that includes enthusiasm, dominance, and sociability. In the agreeableness category, she is friendly, cooperative, and warm. Timmy is conscientiousness about being organized, dependable, and responsible. In addition, Timmy is an emotionally stable and calm person and makes good use of her creativity and originality (Friedman & Shattuck, 2012).
When it comes to openness to experience, and intellect, Timmy is a 41 percentile, conscientiousness is 98 percentile, extroversion is a 95 percentile, agreeableness is a 97 percentile, and neurotics she scored in the lower one percentile (Friedman & Shattuck, 2012). Member The “Big Five” personality test measured Member’s personality in the five major dimensions of human personality that are often referred to as the OCEAN model (Atop Inc. Big Five Personality Test, 2000, 2009). OCEAN is the acronym derived from the names of the five dimensions. The test concluded the following results.
In the category of openness to experience and intellect, Member scored 53% indicating he does not typically seek out new experiences. In the category Of conscientiousness, Member scored 89%, indicating he is very well organized, and can be relied upon. In extroversion, Member scored 59%, which pegs him as neither, particularly social or reserved. In agreeableness, Member scored 90%, and this means he is good natured, courteous, and supportive. Last, Neurotics, which Member scored in the ninth percentile reflecting his tendency to remain calm, even in tense situations.
Member’s percentile scores are relative to a sample of people who participated in the websites testing base. This test is subjective and is based on honesty when answering questions. Because of this, the test results are only as reliable as the truthfulness in which the questions were answered. Member believes that the test results were generally accurate and agreed with his own personal self-assessment. Member Member’ “Big Five” personality test indicates the traits of agreeableness and openness were the two that scored the highest at a 4. 4 and 4. Out of 5. In the area of agreeableness, Member is explained as someone who likes to do things for other people and enjoys it. Her open nature is all about seeking new experiences and keeping an open mind on all other things. Both of these traits have Member written all over them, and she is proud of it. The next two highest traits are neurotics, and conscientiousness, which she scored at 3. 6 and 3. 4 Out of 5. For Member, neurotics seemed to Score a bit higher than anticipated because she believes in being positive but many negative things happen to her.
The score of conscientiousness however is rather accurate with who Member is because taking pride in everything she does is very important. Member According to the “Big Five” personality test Member’s five major dimension of human personality showed his openness was in the lower percentile at 12%, indicating that he prefers traditional and familiar experiences. Member’s conscientiousness result put him in the upper percentile at 74%, indicating that he is well organized, and reliable. Members extroversion score put him in the lower percentile at 1 2%, which indicates that he likes to spend quiet time by himself.
Member’s agreeableness score was in the upper percentage at 70%, this indicating that he is good-natured and tend to consider others feelings. Last, his neurotics score in the lower percentile of 17%, indicating that he tend to be calm, secure, and relaxed. Member’s dominate personality raid is conscientiousness, conscientiousness people are more inclined to be self-discipline and prefer to plan rather than do things on impulse. The validity of the test result is based off how honest one answers the test question.
Based on the answers given, the test result accurately portrays Member’s personality. Member sat, Member, who also used the “Big Five” personality test, found extreme scores at all levels of the personality assessment. In the field of openness to experience, measuring intellect, Nicholas scored high at 84%, reflecting an original, creative, and curious complexity. He scored a 94% in his reliability, organization, self-disciplined and cautious conscientiousness. Member’ personal high score of 97% displayed an agreeable extroverted personality trait, seen in sociable, friendly, talkative people.
He is believed to be good- natured, sympathetic, and forgiving based on an 87% mark of agreeableness. The lowest mark, 4% was achieved under the category of neurotics, indicating he is likely maintains a calm demeanor, even when approached with high stress situations. The ability to manage stress shows a sense of security and relaxation. The test results displayed a high-energy, motivated, dependable, and creative individual. The truly remarkable side of these results reflected, while Member possesses strong traits, he is able to manage the stress that can come with being “that guy”.
The test results reflect he can manage stress well at only 4% neurotics but Member admits he has a boiling point and definitely feeds off the energy of others and their involvement to feed the self-disciplinarian in him. Member According to Human Metrics personality test Member measured a 78% as extroversion over introversion, a moderate preference of sensing over intuition is 25%, a distinctive preference of feeling over thinking is 62%, and one percent of judging over perceiving (Human metrics, 2012).
Solutions In order for Team C to be most successful when working together, a team leader should be chosen who possesses personality characteristics that support a strong sense of leadership, dependability, and who is somewhat agreeable in nature. A team would also work best together when every member could try to remember that everyone has different traits and that patience is an important one, universally. Team C is a collection of givers and takers. The scores show extreme highs and lows, with room for flexibility.
As a team, they look to balance their differences so the product of their work maintains scores in the higher percentile. Reliability and Validity The test scores for each team member did vary, as expected, which means each score high or low in different areas. The reliability of the scores is good because they give a general but brief description of each team member’s personality, especially valuable when developing a virtual working relationship. Conclusion characteristics that an individual has which together form a personality.
They can be both positive and negative, although judgment of that can be a matter of opinion. Personality traits are things used to describe an individuals behavior as well as a means of measurement in modern psychology. Although each team member has different personality traits we all have one common interest. As a team, we look to balance our differences so that the product of our work maintains scores in the higher percentile. The reliability of the scores is good because they give an overall but brief description of each team member’s personality, especially valuable when developing a ritual working relationship.