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Emotional intelligence, Values maturity, Tolerance of ambiguity

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1. Rank these individuals from highest to lowest in terms of:
â-  Emotional intelligence
â-  Values maturity
â-  Tolerance of ambiguityhttp://www.brainmass.com/student/problem.php
â-  Core self-evaluation Justify your evaluations in a discussion with your colleagues and compare your
scores.
2. What is your prediction about the dominant learning styles of each of these individuals? What data do you use as evidence?
3. If you were assigned to hire a senior manager for your organization and this was your candidate pool, what questions would you ask to identify these individualsâ??:
â-  Cognitive styles
â-  Values orientations
â-  Orientation toward change
â-  Core self-evaluation
Which one of these people would you hire if you wanted a CEO for your company? Why?
4. Assume that each of these individuals were members of your team. What would be the greatest strengths and weaknesses of your team? What kinds of attributes would you want to add to your team to ensure that it was optimally heterogeneous?

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Hello, looking at these questions and the case, there doesn't seem to be any correct answer. Looks like it really depends on how you interpret things and how you can argue out your point. Here's my take:

1. Rank these individuals from highest to lowest in terms of:
â- Emotional intelligence: Michael Dell, Gordon Bethune, Maurice Blanks, Patrick Byrne
â- Values maturity: Maurice Blanks, Michael Dell, Gordon Bethune, Patrick Byrne
â- Tolerance of ambiguity:Patrick Byrne, Gordon Bethune, Maurice Blanks, Michael Dell
â- Core self-evaluation: Gordon Bethune, Michael Dell, Maurice Blanks, Gordon Bethune

2. What is your prediction about the dominant learning styles of each of these individuals? What data do you use as evidence?
Michael Dell-Convergers are characterized by ...

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Emotional intelligence, values maturity and tolerance of ambiguity is examined.

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