These are two discussion questions. Please respond to each question separately with at least 135 words. For each question you must provide two references.
1. Personality Types
Define and describe the 4 personality types of Freud/Fromm. Which of these personality types do you feel best describes your own personality? Describe a productive and unproductive version of your personality type. Do you know someone who is a productive narcissist? What characteristics do you find most beneficial in this type?
2. Glass Ceiling
Define and describe the glass ceiling. Summarize the reports/research results of the glass ceiling’s impact on women. Have you faced barriers similar to those described or observed others’ experiences with any of these barriers? Give an example to illustrate.
1. It is recommended that you read the following articles to gain a better understanding of leadership (Retrieved from the ProQuest database):
a. Appelbaum, S., Audet, L., & Miller, J. (2003). Gender and leadership? Leadership and gender? A journey through the landscape of theories. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 24(1/2), 43-51.
b. Downey, L.A., Papageorgiou, V., & Stough, C. (2006). Examining the relationship between leadership, emotional intelligence and intuition in senior female managers. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 27(4), 250-264.
c. Dulewicz, V. & Higgs, M. (2003). Leadership at the top: The need for emotional intelligence in organizations. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 11(3), 193-210.
d. Humphreys, J., Zhao, D., Ingram, K., Gladstone, J., & Basham, L. (2010). Situational narcissism and charismatic leadership: A conceptual framework. Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, 11(2), 118-136.
e. Jogulu, U.D., & Wood, G.J. (2006). The role of leadership theory in raising the profile of women in management. Equal Opportunities International, 25(4), 236-250.
f. Sussan, A.P.(2006). Management by emotion (MBE). Competition Forum, 4(2), 433-437.
g. Weyer, B. (2007). Twenty years later: Explaining the persistence of the glass ceiling for women leaders. Women in Management Review, 22(6), 482-496.