Analyse the impact of nature and nurture and adolescence versus life changes on personality development,
making reference to psychological research.
Introduction: Introduction – Define key terms relevant to essay: personality,
nature versus nurture, self-concept and self- esteem
Section 1: Explain one supporting research on the nature argument:
The big five theory
You then provide two strengths and two weaknesses of the theory.
Section 2: Explain one supporting research on the nurture argument this can
be from any of the following approaches:
You then provide two strengths and two weaknesses of the theory
Section 3: Explain one key theory from below:
Erik Erikson’s theory on personality changes.
James Marcia’s approach on personality development.
Kohlberg’s theory on Moral development.
You then give 2 strengths and 2 weaknesses of your chosen theory.
Moreover, the annual report provides information on the company management, staff training, strategies to reduce environmental impacts, and the most significant activities of the year within the company. After reviewing these sources, I interviewed Alessandra Liuchy, member of Natura’s human resources team. The interview was informal and took place through WhatsApp, where I sent her a series of questions and she answered me in voice message format. Among the questions, I asked what her impressions of the company were, what she thinks about working there, how the relationship between employees and their relationship with the managers is. In the questionnaire, I also included questions about the company’s values, how these are perceived in their day-to-day life, and the benefits of working there. However, after researching Natura’s organizational culture through internal sources, I decided to look at an external perspective on the subject as well. For that, I relied on an article published by Exame magazine in 2010. In this article, the British consultant Carolyn Taylor, author of the book Walking the Talk, discusses methods for developing a healthy business culture by mentioning Natura as an example. Lastly, to support the theoretical assumptions behind this study, I used Miller’s book, 2015, Organizational communication: Approaches and processes. (7th Ed.). Natura’s mission is to create and market products and services that promote what they call well being well (“bem estar bem”). In this context, “well-being” is the harmonious, pleasant relationship of the individual with him or herself, and with his or her body. And “being well” is the empathic, successful, pleasurable relationship of the individual with the other, and with the nature which he or she is a part of. Their mission (“well being well”) is what keeps their essence in its internal and external dynamics. In addition to the brand emphasizing the motto in all its platforms of communication, such as the website, its products are the greatest expression of their essence (Natura, n.d.). The company was born with the premise of a business concerned with the social, economic and environmental impact it causes, as well as the use of vegetal inputs from the Brazilian biodiversity for the creation of its products. Natura researches in nature ingredients that bring cosmetic benefits to the body and hair, and for more than 10 years the company does not do tests on animals (Vaz, 2016). Carolyn Taylor attributed to their mission one of the main reasons why Natura has a healthy organiz>GET ANSWER