Importance Of Self Assessment

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Understanding oneself through self-analysis is essential to success in the workplace. One must have a firm grasp of who they are as a person, and how best they work with others for them to be able to achieve their goals in their career. Achievement is not determined by what your personality is, but on how you use your specific strengths to your advantage at work. For this self-analysis, I took the Myers-Briggs Type Index, the Big Five Personality Test, Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire and The Blake and Mouton Managerial Grid Leadership Self-Assessment Questionnaire. Having a better sense of myself will help me to communicate with others more effectively, and will guide me to utilize my strengths and weaknesses in the workplace.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Personality Test
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, constructed by Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers, is based on the conceptual theory by Carl Jung. This theory is based on the idea that people experience the world using four factors: how we interact with our surroundings and derive our energy (introverted vs. extraverted); how we see the world and process information (observant vs. intuitive); how we make decisions and cope with emotions (thinking vs. feeling); and how we live our lives (judging vs. prospecting). There are sixteen different personality types based on these four factors.
I discovered that I am an ENTJ after taking the test. As an ENTJ, I get energized by social interaction, and am

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