Organizational Behavior: The Ins and Outs of Personality

As the modern-day workforce becomes more ethnically, socially, and psychologically diverse, it is imperative to study the root of organizational behavior. Brought to you by the Rasmussen College - HR and Organizational Leadership degree program, this infographic explores the ins and outs of behavior in a work setting.

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As you study organizational behavior, you'll see that there are many different studies that break down a person's true self. The next infographic depicts Myers- Briggs personality types broken down by gender. 

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