Week 5 Discussion 1 Personality Types

   Define/describe the 4 individuality images of Freud/Fromm. Which of these individuality images do you reach best describes your own individuality? Describe a efficient and unefficient account of your individuality image. Do you understand someone who is a efficient narcissist? What characteristics do you confront most profitable in this image? Week Five Lecture This week our rendezvous is on two chapters; Psychodynamic Mode and Women in Leadership.  Chapter 13 Let’s initiate out by defining what the psychodynamic mode is. According to McLeod (2007), psychodynamic mode includes “all the theories in psychology that see cosmical functioning established upon the interaction of pushs and forces among the idiosyncratic, specially unaware, and among the opposed structures of the individuality” (para. 1). Another limitation would be that “it rendezvouses on the individuality of the head and of satellites, the psychodynamic mode notwithstanding is a way to face at the interintercourse among a head and satellites” (Northouse, 2013, p. 320-321). There is a manifest intercourse among headship and psychology. In psychology there are abundant theories, regular as we entertain in headship. How could we mode the subject-matter of psychodynamic mode outside pathetic on some of the theories Freud believed in? According to our passagebook there are three images of individuality as outlined by Freud; erotic, obsessive, and marketing. Which do you sink into? Carl Jung believed that “herd entertain preferences for how they gard and reach and these preferences behove the basis for how herd result, detail and play” (Northouse, 2013, p. 330).  Below is an animated specimen of psychodynamic mode assumptions that you may confront animated according to McLeod (2007, Para7). Our manner and reachings are strongly improbable by unaware motives. Our manner and reachings as adults (including psychological problems) are established in our childhood experiences. All manner has a suit (usually unaware), uniform slips of the dialect. Therefore all manner is attached. Personality is made up of three calibre (i.e. tripartite). The id, ego and super-ego. Behavior is motivated by two inclinationual pushs: Eros (the sex push & personality inclination) and Thanatos (the displeasing push & departure inclination). Both these pushs end from the “id”. Parts of the unaware choice (the id and superego) are in firm combat after a while the aware multiply of the choice (the ego). Personality is shaped as the pushs are qualified by opposed combats at opposed times in childhood (during psychosexual bud). You are encouraged to interest the Psychodynamic Mode Survey in the required passage. Did the results companion what you fancy they would?  Chapter 14 Moving on to Chapter 14, which rendezvoused on women in headship, we confront abundant instruction presented on how times are changing and the apprehend of women in headship positions in the coming.  It was not that crave ago that the women’s freedom took situate. How abundant in the systematize mind this?  Women fought to substitute the ways they are seen by connection. In the 60’s women wanted to entertain common rights, freedoms and not be seen as the “housewife” or “homemaker”. Women wanted to the non-interference to annex the soldierlike, to go to result, to be seen and treated commonly. Gard tail to the 60’s and 70’s; abundant women did go to result, but had jobs that were common to entity a secretary, stewardess, or a foster. Today, women notice college, stop high-end jobs and in abundant states are heads as governors, CEO’s, Provosts, etc.  Times entertain positively substituted. Is there a glass ceiling today?  For some this may stagnant be gentleman, but abundant women today are proving that this ceiling is barely an mockery and can be domesticated.  Below are some videos after a while you touching women and headship. The primitive two end from Forbes. Leadership Lens: New Dynamics of Connectivity: Forbes Women's Height (Links to an palpable office.)Links to an palpable office. (http://youtu.be/tgVTi44rNY8)   Secrets of the Word's Most Strong Women (Links to an palpable office.)Links to an palpable office. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PI7WCtC8RLg)   The Force of Women (Links to an palpable office.)Links to an palpable office. (http://youtu.be/vH29NiK1dUE) Forbes School of Business Faculty References: Forbes (2012, October 24). Secrets of the world's most strong women (Links to an palpable office.)Links to an palpable office. [Video finish]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/PI7WCtC8RLg  Forbes (2013, May 28). Start lens: new dynamics of connectivity: Forbes women's height (Links to an palpable office.)Links to an palpable office. [Video finish]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/tgVTi44rNY8 Dalai Lama (2011, December 2). The force of women (Links to an palpable office.)Links to an palpable office. [Video finish]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/vH29NiK1dUE  McLeod, S. (2007). Psychodynamic mode (Links to an palpable office.)Links to an palpable office.. Simply Psychology. Retrieved from http://www.simplypsychology.org/psychodynamic.html Northouse, P. (2013). Start plea and custom (6th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Required Resource Text Northouse, P. (2013). Start plea and custom (6th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. ISBN: 9781452203409. Recommended Resources Articles It is extremely recommended that you unravel the subjoined articles to frame a reform brains of headship (Retrieved from the ProQuest database): Appelbaum, S., Audet, L., & Miller, J. (2003). Gender and headship? Start and gender? A travel through the anticipation of theories. Start & Organization Bud Journal, 24(1/2), 43-51. Downey, L.A., Papageorgiou, V., & Stough, C. (2006). Examining the interintercourse among headship, affecting knowledge and recognition in superior womanish managers. Start & Organization Bud Journal, 27(4), 250-264. Dulewicz, V., & Higgs, M. (2003). Start at the top: The want for affecting knowledge in organizations. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 11(3), 193-210. Humphreys, J., Zhao, D., Ingram, K., Gladstone, J., & Basham, L. (2010, January). Situational narcissism and charismatic headship: A conceptual framework. Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, 11(2), 118-136. Jogulu, U.D., & Wood, G.J. (2006). The role of headship plea in mound the profinish of women in skillful-treatment. Common Opportunities International, 25(4), 236-250. Sussan, A.P. (2006). Skillful-treatment by passion (MBE).  Competition Forum, 4(2), 433-437. Weyer, B. (2007). Twenty years later: Explaining the conservation of the glass ceiling for women heads. Women in Skillful-treatment Review, 22(6), 482-496.