Question: How do the Big 5 traits predict work behavior?

This stands for openness to experience, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism. These personalities can help companies understand their employees and provide insight into their motivations, traits, behaviors and talents.

How do the Big Five traits affect the Behaviour at work?

The findings above revealed that the big-five personality traits and organizational commitment have positive effects on the OCB. The highest effect was agreeable personality, followed by continuance commitment, conscientious personality, affective commitment, and emotionally-stable personality.

Is a Big Five personality trait that predicts work performance?

Listen to articleWhich Of The Big Five Personality Traits Best Predicts Job Performance? The truth is that 100+ years of psychological research has shown conscientiousness – that is, the tendency toward self-efficacy, orderliness, achievement, and self-discipline – to be the best predictor of job performance.

What does the Big 5 predict?

Personal outcomes predicted by personality include subjective well-being (predicted by extraversion and neuroticism), spirituality (predicted by conscientiousness, openness, and agreeableness), and health (predicted by conscientiousness, neuroticism, and agreeableness).

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