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Agreeableness

By Directed Analytics | Updated 04/03/2020

What is Agreeableness?

123test.com defines it as:

Agreeableness is one of the five personality traits of the Big Five personality theory. A person with a high level of agreeableness in a personality test is usually warm, friendly, and tactful.

 

They generally have an optimistic view of human nature and get along well with others. A person who scores low on agreeableness may put their own interests above those of others. They tend to be distant, unfriendly, and uncooperative.

Directed Analytics explains Agreeableness

Agreeableness within the context of a Sustainable Goal Attainment Program implemented in an organization goes beyond just the human factors and spans every part of the organization it affects. The aspects affected by agreeableness within an organization are leadership, workforce, company culture, workflows, processes, standards, technology, tools, customers, contractors, the community and other stakeholders.

Goal Attainment programs represent large scale changes within an organization. Before an organization can adapt to the changes, it must first be agreeable with the changes.

Agreeableness in this regards refers to an organization's ability to harmonize itself with the changes over time. Agreeableness is a lot harder to measure and it is often overlooked when projecting the speed at which the goal will be attained. Recognition of its importance and impact on ROI is paramount in determining the efficacy of a Goal Attainment program.

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