Opening the Black Box: The Role of Personality and Anger in by Rebekka Sputtek

By Rebekka Sputtek

Rebekka Sputtek sheds mild upon the query of the way the character and emotional qualities of executives effect their selection making and management habit. whereas contemporary strategic administration study has began to realize the relevance of an executive's character qualities as antecedents of organizational results, this movement has referred to as for a extra fine-grained explanation of the mental methods underlying government choice making. on the way to give a contribution to the certainty of those tactics, a holistic version integrating the position of an expedient set of character variables and anger in executive’s determination making comprehensiveness in addition to authenticity of transformational management is developed.

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Irrational and uncontrollable by the individual). 531). This implies that system one processing is beneficial in situations where information must be carefully evaluated with respect to it's current meaning within the present situation. Furthermore, system one processing fosters goal-directed behavior which implies planning and executing behavior leading to a specific goal (Schneider & Chein, 2003). However, system one processing is comparably effortful and slower than system two processing . System two processing is comparably effortless but also not as controllable by the individual (Shiffrin & Schneider, 1977; Stroop, 1935).

While this arrogance partially reflects the narcissist's pre-occupation with their self (Maccoby, 2004), according to both clinical and non-clinical definitions, narcissism 45 does also include a fragile self-view which actually requires individuals to be exceptionally arrogant in order to externally stabilize their fragile self (Hiller & Hambrick, 2005; Kernberg, 1975; Kets de Vries, 1994; Raskin, Novacek, & Hogan, 1991; Stucke & Sporer, 2002). Thus, underlying the boastful external manifestation is an actually exceptionably vulnerable self with low emotional stability and unstable self esteem (Morf & Rhodewalt, 2001; Wink, 1991).

2009). The concept of narcissism was first introduced in the Greek mythological tale of Narcissus, a man who fell in love with his own reflection on a lake. More recently, Freud (1914/1957) referred to this idea when describing narcissism as a personality disorder. 717). However, possessing narcissist traits does not necessarily imply a psychological disorder. , 1997; Raskin & Hall, 1981). Nevertheless, individuals who rank high on these narcissist dimensions and who are not able to counter-balance these with other tendencies within their personality may show behavior which is overly inspired by their narcissist traits.

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