These are together and organisationally useful quality, as competitiveness and a high need for success.
Although, the researcher suggests that personality and health seems to be link in a way particularly relevant to organisational behaviour.
However, this essay will critically evaluate the relationship between personality and health in organisation and discuss the behavioural syndromes that measures stress level in organisation.
For instance, a type A personality can emerge to have many venerable facets, but these behaviour syndromes can be dysfunctional for the entity, and for others.
However, Friedman and Schustack, (2009:pp391) states that “the struggle of Type A person is most likely to be the one of a “choleric”, angry against the arbitrary controls of his or her job or life.