How would the biological perspective view personal interactions at work?
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I believe that researchers such as Buss and Plomin firmly advocate how one's temperament (personally and professionally) is deeply rooted in biological or genetic ramifications, which can manifest at work and affect relationships there. Thus, this theory could further explain and possibly separate workers into four basic temperaments: activity level, emotionality, sociability, and impulsivity. These findings could structure teams more effectively to ensure that collaboration and harmony are fostered.
These findings could also have strong implications on workplace interactions, morale, and team/collaborative dynamics because each worker varies in what surfaces and manifests at ...
This solution briefly explores how one's temperament (personally and professionally) is deeply rooted in biological or genetic ramifications.