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Organizational behavior and The Pursuit of Happyness

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  1. Introduction
  2. Chris' character
  3. The job
  4. Personal life
  5. A machiavellianistic
  6. Self-monitoring
  7. Conclusion

In the movie The Pursuit of Happyness, examples of Organizational Behavior exist through the entirety of the movie. Based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, the main character of the movie, Chris Gardner, is an individual whom is extraverted, as is exemplified in his very outgoing, sociable, and assertive behavior. He is not hesitant to talk to the superiors of the brokerage company, and is very assertive in doing so.

[...] Organizational behavior and The Pursuit of Happyness In the movie The Pursuit of Happyness, examples of Organizational Behavior exist through the entirety of the movie. Based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, the main character of the movie, Chris Gardner, is an individual whom is extraverted, as is exemplified in his very outgoing, sociable, and assertive behavior. He is not hesitant to talk to the superiors of the brokerage company, and is very assertive in doing so. He is sociable with all of the colleagues and businessmen he meets during his internship at the company. [...]


[...] Chris enjoyed the idea of becoming a stock broker, and knew that becoming one would make him happy. In relation to his relationship with his wife, his wife decided to exit her relationship with him and moved to New York. She left because she was not happy with the current situation, and went to seek it elsewhere, away from Chris. Chris on the other hand stayed and actively pursues happiness throughout the entire movie, finally achieving it at the end. [...]