Making Career decisions is one of the most major problems of people who are beyond 16 years of age. It is very hard to make a decision, but people sometimes tend to rush just to get through the problem. Most likely, the decision they have made was based on their emotions. Because they did not think about it, they just got carried away. In making decisions, it is better to be Rational rather than Emotional.
In the several years of my education, I have improved significantly in areas I had done poorly on only years before. While I may have improved, I still have some downfalls and areas I lack in; this resulted in several experiences as a student that were made much more difficult for me due to my weaknesses. For example, my crippling fear of talking or speaking to someone in general due to a separate fear of people looking at me judgingly and looking down on me because of the person that I am. This of course is a concern for many people, not just students, but I didn’t just dwell on my uneasiness and instead used something else to drive me, my determination to do well when it comes to anything academically. This burning passion and love of learning is one of my strongest strengths, as represented in my results, that has helped me overcome such challenges.
If you lack communication skills in the work place, it can easily ruin your reputation and the trust you have with your co-workers. Work ethic can be hard to learn, but people need to understand that our world is made of many different cultures and individuals that may not have the same view on things like
Our group experienced a limited communication because we faced difficulties setting a clear vision of the task as well as confirming group goals and intended outcomes. For example, one of the group members was very confused about the task’s deadlines and the designation of roles within the group. The more complex the teamwork procedure, the more members have to attend to teamwork and the less time they have to attend to the actual assignment. Once the teamwork procedures are mastered, however, members concentrate on task work and outperform individuals working alone (Ortiz, Johnson & Johnson, 1996). One way that we should have approached the communication problem was by assuring that every member of the team had clear instructions and expectations, periodically monitor progress and directly clarify any misunderstandings or wrong interpretations.
“You will always be my best friend,” words that seemed so unbreakable at the time. Middle of my freshman year, and I sat in history, right next to my so-called “best friend” not saying a word. People always say that your friends in high school change, but I certainly did not think that would come true my freshman year. Everything happened so suddenly, one week we were hanging out, and the next, we were trying to avoid eye contact in the hallway. I understood that friends fight, and we had fought several times, but this one had a different vibe to it, I could tell things were changing.
I might have done my best, but there could be someone who has done even better than me. This stresses me because I can’t do any better than my best. That is my limit. I do not know what would happen in my life after this year and the scary part is that I do not have a say in the matter. We all have dreams and wishes but what happens when you don’t accomplish what you have been working for your whole life?
I was a real teacher. I taught many lessons while my trainer teacher Heba was not in class. Some of them were prepared and others were improvised since I was informed in the morning that she is absent. At the beginning, it was very demanding for me to manage all pupils. Yet, after a very short period of time I started to create my own rules and succeeded to manage all of them.
Forming is the first stage, group is build; sometimes we build a group without knowing each other’s. And when in one group, we get to know each other, also known as ‘ ice breaking ‘. Everyone don’t like and do not want to be in a group with the person that we don’t know, so this will be the challenges for us to be in a group with anyone else that we don’t know and
(Justify by referring to real-life workplace examples in Oman) There are many factors to lack of teamwork skills in the workplace . One factor is poor leadership. When a team lacks a strong leader, but the main members of the group can often be responsible. This will lead to a lack of direction or a focus on the wrong priorities. On the other hand, respect for leadership; this may be because people want to be seen as recognition of the leader, and therefore hold back in expressing their views.
Throughout my life I could never figure out what i wanted to be when I grew up. I changed my mind so many times because there are so many good opprotunities in the world that i can choose from. I was stuck on three options. Either to become a teacher, police officer, or a nurse. The silly thing is each of them change everytime I bumped up a new chapter in grade school.