In taking the 360o Refined Self-Assessment I have learned my five highest leadership skills are: communication, outcome concern, information sharing, credibility, and decision fairness. My five highest rated behaviors are: communication, communication, communication, outcome concern, and outcome concern. I agree that I do well in communication. Moreover, I feel information sharing is part of a sound communication platform. I talk with my employees as often as possible and sit down with each employee once a month to do employee rounding where we speak of how well their day is working, what I can do to enhanced it, and share any information that is essential to pass along. I also agree that I remain concerned for outcomes since I am genuinely
There are three moral skills that Barry Schwartz identifies in his video which are kindness, care, and empathy. Schwartz also relates that these moral skills are connected with moral will combine to form practical wisdom. Schwartz uses examples of a variety of different janitors that go above and beyond their normal duties to do the right thing and help people. It is these people that show and enforce the power of implementing moral skills can have.
The results of my Jun Typology Test revealed that I am type INFJ, with Introvert (16%), iNtuitive (41%), Feeling (16%), and Judging (34%), preferences. Some of the characteristics associated with type INFJ include, an unusual spectrum regarding the intensity of talents, I am a doer, an idealist, creative, maintains a strong perspective regarding humanitarianism, and a rare mix of practicality and perception. Although I am a giver, I find it necessary to disengage from the world at times, in order to replenish and protect myself from becoming overwhelmed. I am somewhat complex, while possessing an uncanny acumen to discern the motives of people, whether favorable or unfavorable. Also, I maintain strong writing skills and personal charisma.
When I took the Myers-Briggs Personality Test, my result was the description of ISTJs, Introverted Sensing Thinking Judging. From these results, ISTJs are inspectors with an acute awareness of what is right and wrong, especially when it relates to their interests or responsibility. This assessment does resemble my personality without a doubt. The ISTJs process a devotion to duty, and their motto is punctuality. I agree I have a dedication to duty and am a stickler for punctuality with the exception to reasonable cause. I like to be at places on time, and hate running late. I like to finish projects ahead of schedule. I cannot stand waiting for a person that is running behind without a good reason. It also annoys me if I must work with an individual who constantly
The altruistic behaviour of healthcare practitioners may include consistent work or the providence of informal medical advice beyond the boundaries of contracted hours along with the general willingness to move beyond the additional miles in professional activities. There is sufficient evidence that many healthcare practitioners perform their duties beyond their contracted hours but there is a declining trend evident related to the altruism in medicine. This can be expressed within the unwillingness of anaesthetist for accepting a final case on the list due to the time of operation to be run beyond the contracted session limit. The emergence and maintenance of altruism and cooperative social behaviour is found to be a major issue in the biological
My last reason why I believe that the INFP personality accurately descirbes me, is because of how it describes me when I 'm around my friends. The overview says that, "While they may be percieved as calm, reserved, or even shy, INFPs have an inner flame and passion that can truly shine...when they find like-minded people to spend their time with, the harmony they feel will be a fountain of joy and inspiration," (16personalities). This hits my personality spot on when it comes to me choosing and spending time with my friends. Due to my introverted nature (I), I don 't make friends with everyone I meet, and I can 't always initiate a conversation when I want to. In fact, I 'm not much of a people person. I have a group of friends composed of four to six people, and we are extremely close. We are more sisters than friends. In contrast to I behave without them (not talking and keeping to myself), I am outgoing, opinionated, and confident around them. Even if we are in a room full of people that I am uncomfortable with, I 'm completely fine and happy with
Self –awareness requires us to be aware of our feeling at the moment and be as the guide towards the decision been made. Self -awareness gives sense of self confident and accurate evaluation of a person own abilities. On the other hand, self-regulation is how a person manage their emotion so that it assist instead of interfering with the task in hand. Self-motivation is the ability of a person to understand their own emotion into motivating them toward involving themselves in the work they are working on without giving up. Empathy is the capability of a person to understand others emotion in particular situation and react appropriately. Social skills are the ability of an individual in communicating with others in proper manner to maintain the relationship with people that they engage
The process in which we make ethical decisions stems from something far greater than rules and regulations they have a lot to do with moral philosophies. There has been an abundance of research as to how the two are related and there are strong findings that suggest that ethics orbit around our own individual perspectives and views of others around us. The two most discussed approaches of ethical decisions arise from a cognitive approach and an interpersonal approach. Philosophers have studied ethical behavior for centuries, and most have framed it as a cognitive exercise (Honderich 1995). Many scholars believe that ethical decision making begins with being aware of what is considered ethical and acknowledging ethical issues. When a person is aware of what ethical behavior is a person can then make sound judgment about what the issues are can begin to establish intent on how to handle the situation ethically.
Based on the Journal of College and Character an article by Jacqueline Klein talks about an issue regarding how “most college instructors do not focus on professional ethics as they go about their daily duties as teachers, researchers, committee members, and advisors (Klein, 2005)
The results from the Keirsey Temperament Sorter shows that I am an ISTJ. The word ISTJ stands for introverted, sensing, thinking, judging. Those mean that one enjoys quiet time typically alone such as relaxing on the couch reading a book. One also pays attention to facts or details when completing something such as building a project. One typically tends to prioritize facts and uses reasoning, especially when they have past experience instead of exploring new ideas that are not proven. One prefers structure and order in their life and the things they do rather than having no guidance system in place at all.
There are many different aspects to consider when an individual is trying to see what career best suits them and who they are as a person. Some people are very strong and confident in who they are and what aspirations they want to see accomplished in their lives. Others are not so sure of themselves or have no direction in where they would like to see themselves after high school or college. In these extreme cases, one concept that people use that assist individuals in finding themselves and what they want to do with their life is by taking the Myers Briggs assessment. I took the Myers Briggs test and found it extremely interesting due to the personality traits that were given to me. I was given the traits ISFJ, which stands for introverted,
Although I can look back into my past and find many examples of actions or behaviors that aligned my personality perfectly with an INTJ personality type and perhaps in a relax environment that is my personality. I normally do not think of myself as the INTJ describe by many of the references. These references describe INTJs as natural leaders, hard workers, supreme strategist, able to objectively see the reality of a situation and able to adopt and change things when they are not working. These also describe INTJs as effective leaders that sometime choose to remain in the background until they see the need to take over the lead and analytical individuals with highly-developed imagination that sometime rather prefer to keep the time they spend
Something that has influenced me from past experiences is playing with Twisted. Twisted is a softball team from Greenbrier that is really good. When I played with them they all helped each other out and always picked each other up when someone was down. When I played with them, they were always up on their feet and they never sat down. It was like they all wanted it and in my softball team that is not what happens.
Empathy is mostly defined as the ability to understand and share other peoples’ feelings. As William Zellmer rightly described, ‘empathy comes in path from a person’s orientation and experience. I have developed my empathy to this point by using both my orientation, and experiences both as a person and a student pharmacist. I come from a society where healthcare and medication is a luxury, and having lost so many close family members to many diseases most often due to lack of proper care and medication, I understand the power of proper medication use. My experiences as a student pharmacist, which includes learning about different diseases, and how to manage them including my work as a volunteer providing free medical services to
I have replied to two other types of personality other that mine, so I have decided to reply to one that is similar to mine. Based on the results of the INTJ personality type, I found it to be right on point as my behavior, career choices, etc. The few things I found that were a tad bit unlike me was the part on relationships and not being capable of readily grasping social rituals, by having little patience and limited understanding of small talk and flirtation.1 I can’t speak for other INTJs, but I have a great understanding all such . . . It’s just that I don’t care much for it. In addition, the findings found that our type is capable of disregarding authority. Well, I have the utmost respect for authority until one starts to abuse it.