Emotional Intelligence

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Directions:

The first part of our OB course deals with the individual.Self-knowledge is critical for your career success, happiness, and from the organization’s perspective knowledge of the individual can help them gain organizational effectiveness.

Please complete the following two self assessments and discuss whether you think they accurately measured your personality and emotional intelligence. In addition, discuss how you think organizations can use these types of assessments in increasing their effectiveness.

In the zoom meeting I showed this video... please watch it and think about the idea of companies hiring on personality...

Your next job may depend on passing personality test (Links to an external site.)

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Myer Briggs Self - Assessment: http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp (Links to an external site.)
Emotional Intelligence Self - Assessment: This assessment is available in mymanagementlab (refer to the registration instructions to access mymanagement lab) under Chapter 4
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU CAN USE THE EI ASSESSMENT IN YOUR INDIVIDUAL PAPER DUE LATER IN THE SEMESTER

Element 1: Answer the following in a well written comprehensive answer (no less than 350 words).

Did you feel the assessments accurately measured your personality and EI? What does it say about you…what were you already aware of and what was new information for you. Would you feel comfortable with a company using your personality traits to hire you?
How can companies use this information?
Element 2: Cite a concept/idea/data from the chapter we are covering this week to support your answer. Include the page number in parenthesis and make sure it is clearly explained what you are referring to within the text.

IMPORTANT: Make sure to review the case discussion rubric for the Original Comment before posting!

Sample Answer

The contention about whether man-made consciousness outperforms human insight will ceaselessly be a theme of discussion that divides equally into halves. This quarrel drove right back to the 1950's when Alan Turing, an english PC researcher, instituted the "Turing Test" which was a crude method for deciding whether a PC could be characterized as "canny." I, also agree that PCs are extremely creative regarding information, anyway it will never outperform people. I accept this essentially in light of the fact that we are the maker and PCs will never get passionate insight and in this manner, ailing in bounty.

The Turing test is made for the sole motivation behind an impersonation game. The goal is for the judge to sit behind a PC screen and banter with baffling questioners, the majority of which being people and just a single bot, the judge at that point needs to choose whose who. On the off chance that the analyst or judge can't separate between a human's reaction versus a PC's reaction then the test considers itself commendable. Determinism becomes possibly the most important factor be that as it may, in light of the fact that PCs don't have through and through freedom and all that they do is pre-set by people. The PC can answer how an "ordinary human" would answer to a "typical inquiry." However, the test just difficulties whether a PC carries on like a human and because of the way that astute nature and human instinct are not accurately something very similar; the test along these lines neglects to quantify "knowledge."

From where I stand, the test is an invalid judgment of knowledge since insight isn't generally required to past the test. In spite of the way that the framework can be mistaken for a human despite everything it doesn't show any cognizant experience that an individual acquires. As it were, the attention to our very own psychological procedure, sentiments and sensations. "At the point when we state robots have feeling, we don't mean they feel glad or tragic or have mental states. This is shorthand for, they appear to display conduct that we people decipher all things considered and such" (https://medium.com). By that statement, my translation would be on the off chance that we get a fresh out of the box new blessing, we accomplish a degree of delight and impression that an insignificant PC would never comprehend. Hence, we are without question the main creatures that secure this sort of mindfulness and significant level of cognizance.

Another prime model would be moral issues if individuals somehow managed to depend exclusively on PCs. "When a driverless vehicle runs over somebody's pet, or more terrible, another person would it be advisable for us to then go about as though it knew what it was doing? Should we award citizenship to robots that lone profess to realize being a resident" (https://becominghuman.ai). From this I take that, impersonation frameworks will regardless be deceptive on the grounds that they depict a personality about themselves that doesn't mirror every bit of relevant information of the real world.

To close, I figure a PC could especially learned regarding sources. The fundamental PC holds a great deal of data, yet the data that we bolstered them. All that data originated from an individual, all musings were figured by an individual. Would I utilize the word astute? No, until the PC could show feelings and arrange considerations all alone, my answer will be no.