Meanwhile, I am particularly good at encouraging my team and helping. I loved to listen to my team point of views and experience. Based on self assessment about myself, I think I am more of transformational leader. To be
Knowing myself helps me to better coordinate responsibilities when it comes to doing group projects or even when it comes to helping someone else. I feel like this has made me a better citizen because I have learned and motivated myself to do things that past me wouldn’t even try to accomplish. I have learned how to deal with different scenarios and how to act differently to defuse or help the situation. This is why I believe being self-aware is my dominate emotional
According to the MBTI, this means that I tend to be “curious, energetic, keenly perceptive of others, likely to value harmony and goodwill, and personable, perceptive, persuasive, and versatile.” Based on this analysis, it is clear that I enjoy being around others and they help to provide a lot of energy. This has helped me learn that I should seek more leadership positions where I have the opportunity to interact with people, and really develop and cultivate relationships. By understanding this about my personality, I decided to apply to be a squad leader in my company, which I am now in the middle of doing. Another method for evaluating performance would be examining the graduate attributes. The seven attributes of a Naval Academy graduate are: selfless, inspirational, proficient, innovative, articulate, adaptable, and professional.
He argues that the desire to flourish is evident from the fact that we have natural desires to satisfy our physical and social needs. He went further to say that our behaviour is directed toward achieving these desire, this makes behaviour teleological and always directed toward achieving goal, this reflect to me. I felt that social care profession will be good for me because I am an outgoing person and like meeting new people no matter their background. My need to feel self-actualized drove me to study social care practice, allowing me to develop knowledge and interpersonal skills that will qualify me to become social care practitioner. (Cited in Charleton, M. 2014 p.
She taught me that one is most true to oneself when engaging in occupations. I begin to unlock myself from my own comfort zone as I engage in newer occupations that allow me to become more creative and alive. My reincorporation phase followed with many more meaningful occupations that will allow me to grief without hurting my health. I joined a community known as Actively Moving On (AMF). Within this grief group, I found confidence in talking about my story and building empathy for others.
After reflecting on my obituary what I value as an individual is the relationships I have created throughout my on-going journey of growth. Elliott (2011, p.104) notes that we learn by reflecting on experiences. Therefore, my values will always be changing with the experiences I go through. What I valued as a child and teenager has changed, therefore, what I value five years down the road may also be different, but there are a set of core values that will always remain important to me. I value relationships built around trust, communication, respect, honesty and care.
ESFJ stands for Extraversion, Sensing, Feeling, and Judging. An ESFJ represents a person that is warm-hearted, talkative, popular, conscientious, and active born committee members. As well having the need of harmony or the one that may be good at creating it. Always doing something nice for someone else. Work best with encouragement and praise.
Leadership is all about possessing the necessary qualities required to inspire and motivate others. Living with a visual impairment has been challenging yet, has provided me with self-awareness, having a sense of knowing who I am; has given me confidence to take on new challenges; has enabled me to be adaptable and have the willingness to change and stay open minded to new ideas and new situations; and, has taught me to always remain positive and inspire others to do their best. Accepting who I am has allowed me to educate others not limiting them to my personal situation but more so, regarding acceptance of others, willfulness, determination, perseverance, and the importance of having an enormous sense of
Using different strategies will encourage excellence in all we do in my subordinates. By varying my emotional approachs I will demonstrate the core value of integrity and enable my peers to cope with their own emotions. Remaining optimistic and realistic will show service before self to my leadership, a necessary skill in a well rounded transformational leader. Finally, the concept I believe is vital to not only incorporate, but also demonstrate to become an effective transformational leader is the five styles of effective negotiation. Leaders must know when and how to use each style appropriately for any given situation.
Generally in my organisation, we look to the leaders for examples of creativity, however if I wish to transform into a successful leader I too should dare to experiment new ideas and thoughts. Notwithstanding the obstacles they are, I will have ideas, but the problem is being confident in my ideas and supporting the implementation of them and those conceptualised by others, by removing any barriers. In my half yearly review for my workplace, we had to prepare self- assessments, whereas I had to assess how I was progressing in achieving my objective against some pre-determined measurements and established action plans where my progress was rated below the targets set. One of the objectives agreed and approved by my manager is that for the calendar year I should complete audit monitoring reviews for approximately 50 accounting practitioners, however I was below target, not a fault of mine, but there was not sufficient accounting practitioners in my country that require this mandatory review. I instigated a few strategically ideas that could assist in administering the audits and my colleagues within the region could share the reviews in his country.
My expectation for this training is to gain additional knowledge that I can relate to personally, and take that same information and be able to have an impact on someone’s life. Taking the NAMI Peer 2 Peer was just one step I took to further my career but I found out that I have some personal issues that I need to work on. And I realized that I can work on myself, and have the chance to support or help someone that has been through a similar situation and can have a relationship. I like the fact that you can have a conversation with someone, and be able to talk and can relate to someone without stating facts and can truly related to their situation. To me “Take You Heart to work” means that once you develop a relationship with someone you are
This was the first time taking this specific assessment. I was very excited and surprised in a good way by the results, they were very accurate in my case, I could not have expressed them better. My main top 5 themes are: Empathy, Learner, Achiever, Relator and Includer. The word Relator confused me at first, but after reading the Theme Description which says: "People who are especially talented in the Relator theme enjoy close relationships with others. They find deep satisfaction in working hard with friends to achieve a goal.
For example in the workforce if i am communicative to customers they will most likely feel welcomed and appreciated. If i am commutative with my family they can understand me and help me if i need any help. I now know what my strengths are and I am going to keep them up. Although I also have weaknesses I now know how to strengthen them in order to progress in life. The discovery wheel has help me understand myself better and make me certain of what kind of student I am.