What it means to have self-awareness is to know about yourself. You know about some of your strengths and weaknesses, your motives, feelings, and desires. I feel like this is one of my best skills because I know what areas that I need improvement on and I work hard to improve upon them. Whether it may be practicing it on a daily basis or asking some companions for help. Knowing myself helps me to better coordinate responsibilities when it comes to doing group projects or even when it comes to helping someone else.
A person who is able to learn from their mistakes and able to work in uncomfortable situations are individuals that people are more attracted to in the workplace, which is important. Making progress and making an effort to improve your confidence in yourself will help you more and more in the future. I realized over time being an athlete that I would make mistakes, but as long as I worked on improving in that area I will become more confident and eventually will be able to dominant in that
Eventually, I will move past this and thrive in a social setting once more, but until then I will continue to work towards my goals while building myself back up. This is partially why I am applying to the Integrated Social Sciences degree. I believe that this is the best fit for my learning style, and I know I will be able to apply myself fully to this major. The largest part of this decision, however, is the knowledge of learning about different cultures. Being raised multi-ethnic, I was entranced by cultures around the world because I found a familiarity in the traditions of others that I did not find growing
I realize that I honor commitment, and preserve tradition. These are very important to me because it keeps me on track to manage my lifestyle. Moreover, the test has changed my interaction with other because in the initial state of a conversation, I begin to wonder about the person’s personality. This will help me to be very wary, of how I communicate with others because the person might have different preferences. As a result, I respect people’s feeling and care about how they would feel if I say something the wrong way.
I know this is an area in which I need improvement, but I thought that I was further along in the process of bettering this style of leadership than this assessment indicates. In all other areas, I agree with the results. I am strong in many areas, but whether it is “creative builder” or “people mover” style leadership I always have room for
In order to always, change behavior in ways that stand up under pressure you need to “check in” on how to overcome stress in the moment and in relationships in order to remain emotional aware. With both my friend and myself mastering the social and empathy competencies I found that the assessment for one of us to be precise. In spite of us, both founding common ground to build and have close relationships with different cultures, socially we both agree that she finds it somewhat difficult to handle most social situations (Assessing Your Emotional Intelligence, n.d.). When keeping our emotional state in check we need to make sure that we have the characteristics of an emotionally healthy person. Some of those include being at peace with our self and able to have a workable and functional relationship (Characteristics of an Emotionally Healthy Person, 2002).
Stagnation stage, which I learned that when compared to the emotional skills assessment it’s the process of understanding and using emotional intelligence skills to increase productivity and satisfaction by applying the emotional system to renew and achieve excellence. That is exactly what this book has taught me. I now understand the importance of emotional intelligence and how to develop it to achieve the short-term and long-term goals that I have recently set. Perhaps I will refer back to the Emotional Learning System on occasion, but I will definitely continue to follow what I think is the best advice provided in the book, which is “Personal, academic, and career excellence is an individual, ongoing process that you have to define and direct. The process involves failures, learning, relearning, and personal changes.” That pretty much wraps up the whole book in my
Gen-Xers appreciate autonomy; they want their managers to inform them of the required goals and the available resources and then to leave them to function independently (Farag et al., 2009). Generation Xers are often difficult to give feedback to, they are usually doing something for a reason, and they have strong convictions. My peer group is the Generation Xers; it is important that a leader is respected and accountable. The Generation Xers grew up independent; they do not want a leader who is not confident and willing to take a stand. I hold myself to a high standard, I would not expect anyone to do anything that I would not do myself, and I think this is a typical Generation X behavior.
My favorite feeling is being content, which is hard to express. So, one of my biggest struggles in leading the team was showing my emotions in a way that encouraged all of us to improve. Through this experience I learned the importance of having a good attitude even when underneath you are frustrated. The power of positivity is something I still struggle with, but I have been able to more fully apply it to my life since realizing
How do you determine or evaluate success? Give an example of one of your successful accomplishments. My idea of success has changed over time. I used to keep the idea of success singularly focused on work, but now I realize how important it is to find success in all aspects of my life. Overall, I rate success by how well I adapt to change.