栏目分类：托福机经 发布日期：2017-05-17 浏览次数：次
The way a person is dressed in is a good indication of his/her personality.（衣着类）
In the first place, the way people dress may change in order to fit in different occasions, from which we cannot tell their personalities. As is common sense, in our daily life it is quite normal that we have to change our outfits according to the varying occasions we are under. To be specific, in the workplace, almost every company requires their employees to wear certain specific uniform, say, the formal suit for the sake of leaving a good impression on its potential clients. In this case, no matter what personability you have, it is not easy to tell by just seeing the same uniform you are in. The same logic can apply to the school students. According to a 2015 survey conducted by the magazine titled The Youth about the requirement of what students wear in 100 high schools and junior schools, nearly 90% of the surveyed schools set up strict rules about how to dress for their students, which indicates that any individual's personalities cannot be revealed by their outfit.
In the second place, the style of dressing also may be influenced by the mood a person possesses instead of by personalities. Bobision Jackson, a distinguished psychologist in Boston University, proposed that our emotional state plays a decisive role in determing our actions and behaviors, including what we wear and how we are dressed. My own experience can shed some lights on the above proposal. When stressed out because of the countless deadlines of papers and projects, I feel gloomy and depressed and then I would like to dress some casual clothes, especially sportswear and T shirts. Such a style of dressing can make me feel more comfortable, thus relieving my pressure to some extent. However, in my delightful and cheerful days, I am inclined to put on the llittle black dress and step into my shiny Oxford shoes, creating a postive image in front of others. In this case, the way people are dressed will send wrong information about their personalities.
A leader should admit if he made a bad decision.
Initially, the leaders themselves will be a beneficiary of acknowledging the bad decisions made by them, because this practice can reflect the charisma of leaders. Just as an old proverb goes, to err is a man, which means that it is impossible for anyone, regardless his or her position or age, to make no mistakes. Undoubtedly, admitting the poor decision is never easy so that those who can face up to the bad decision are likely earn more trusts and understanding from the group members and thus can achieve further advances in career. On the contrary, insisting on the wrong decision and brazening on will make leaders lose his authority in front of team members, thus posing some obstacles to the career of leaders. Take the experience of my brother, an employee in an internet company, as an example. Last year, the CEO of my brother's company recruited a young guy, Joe, to be the manager of marketing department. From the very beginning, the CEO was convinced that Joe was great for the business. As time went by, he was proven to be a terrible manager because he was irresponsible with company funds and had alienated nearly all of his peers on the senior team. Throughout, the CEO continued to support him and to refuse to listen to negative feedback about Joe. The sad ending of the story is that the CEO ended up losing his job, so did Joe.