Personality Assessment Review Miranda Basham Clarion University of Pennsylvania Personality Assessments A personality assessment is the measurement of personal characteristics ("personality assessment | psychology"). Personality tests provide measures of characteristics like, feelings and emotional states, preoccupations, temperament, interests, motivations, attitudes, and approaches to interpersonal relations. A personality is a complex pattern of characteristics that
Everyday we ask ourselves, “Did I make the right decision?” Whether it is in regards to family, friends or co-workers we constantly do self assessments. Self-assessment is defined as a process through which individuals gain knowledge about themselves. This includes information about their likes and dislikes as well as their reactions to specific situations. By knowing more about themselves, individuals can be able to determine the work situations and occupations that are most appropriate for them. There are several lessons that can be learnt from self-assessment in relation to individual decision making. This research paper will examine reveal the lesions learned from self assessment. We will observe of the influence of the American
According to Conte, Weiner, and Plutchik, the average score for most people, regardless of age, is 8.5. My score shocked me a little because I would think I worry about death a lot but consider to this questionnaire I am not that concern. I scored a 3, it was lower than the average score that these researchers found. I believe my score was low because I am deciding to make plans for my future and if I decide to get marry and have children the will not have to worry about anything except live their life and work hard. I want to get all of my debt settled and pay out all the bills so that my family would not have to worry. I do not believe anyone would forget about me because there will always be photos and videos to remember me by whether it
My Current Situation/Identification of Business Opportunities: I have received a professional bachelor degree in Finance, specializing in banking and insurance, where I have gained excellent theoretical and practical knowledge in finance analysis, management, accounting, statistics, and technology. Currently I am studying at XXX University to obtain MBA in International Banking and Finance. My expectation is that with an MBA, my strengths will position me to pursue a broader scope of practice within other fields than audit, and in a variety of settings beyond the financial services with which I am most familiar.
I chose to assess myself positively in all of the categories because I felt that I did a good job of thoroughly responding to and completing each of the requirements. I came to the discussion with a several page response to each of the four questions that I posed in relation to the text, complete with a highlighted and annotated copy of the story to use as a reference point. During the discussion itself, I referred to how the specific actions of each of the characters in the story might be interpreted and related in a more broad sense to the meaning of the work as a whole. For example, I spoke at one point about how the actions of the wife seemed inconsistent with the continuous importance placed on the value of honor within the story, as her
Wk4, Self-Assessment What did this exercise reveal about you to yourself? The description of the four types of personal orientation to others, named as competitors, individualists, cooperators, and equalizers is another way to understand our unique preferences and how we respond to others (Greenberg, 2013). This exercise indicated an individualist disposition with cooperators coming in second. Since the overall concern or motivation for an individualist is the outcomes related to self, the question now is regarding job motivation. How does this relate to the current job choice since this exercise ended in a self-revelation unbeknownst to me? Regardless of ones personal orientation, effective communication has key elements, which
Thank you for encouraging words. It was hard trying to find a real definition to behavioral blend because there are so many aspects that you have to take in consideration. When talking to family and friends you are able to speak freely because they know how you communicate better than
1) Self-Assessment • What area do you want to focus on? What are your learning needs based on reflection and self-assessment?
Prepare a 1,750- to 2,450-word paper in which you compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of your selected personality assessment instruments.
•After I completed all of these self assessments quiz, I learned a lot about myself. I learned that I am more of relate to art more than science. Even though I said that I want to me a Dentist for my future, but it was just a plan. Future can be change. Something that surprised me was the knowledge quiz because the occupations that listed were mostly related to my interests.
Vivian Faxas MAR4354 After taking all of these assessments, I learned a great deal about myself. I am now able to pinpoint several strengths I possess that I was unaware of beforehand.
For the Myers Briggs personality test I am an ISTP when I am stress and when I am at my best. I was surprised with these results due to the fact that my freshman year in the Harold Leadership Academy I was required to take the Myers Briggs assessment and scored the letters INFJ. I find myself leaning more towards INFJ because the test was at least seventy-five questions. When reading the definitions of ISTP and INFJ I find that I would agree with my personality having a little bit of both. The Myers Briggs Foundation states that INFJ individuals are insightful about others, seek to understand what motivates others, committed to their values, desire to sever the common good, organized, decisive, and seek meaning and connection in ideas, relationships, and material possessions. An example of how I am an INFJ is that I have chosen a healthcare career that is holistic and identifies what motivates others. I tend to over think situations, conversations, and how I reacted to them. I truly care about the people in my life and I know I pay attention to others especially in class and if they look down I typically ask how they are doing, which allows for them to open up if they wish but also it is how I acknowledge that I see them and care. The Myers Briggs Foundation states that ISTP individuals are tolerant, flexible, quiet observers, analyze what makes things work, organize facts using logical principles and attentive to cause and effect. I would firmly agree with the quiet
The purpose of this paper is to complete an initial self-assessment to determine both educational and academic background. I will also recognize strengths and potential weakness recognized in components of management and leadership roles that I have worked in over the course of my nursing career. Descriptions of the characteristics indicated from the Jung typology test by Humanmetrics, Inc. will be included in the analysis.
The self-assessment test is a test to rate where you stand on certain skills. I am not really sure on how I felt with this considering I had more low numbers than high, I would have to say that I feel weakness. I learned that with taking this test I have weakness and strengths, also made me realize that I need to work on more than I thought.
The personality assessment inventory tests provide results on my individual personality, values, motivation, decision making, communication, team skills, conflict skills, organizational structure preference, and stress. These results are broken down briefly in three parts and do not include any personal speculation or analysis as to their meaning. The application of these results are further applied and explains how the results noted from the tests and in the first step will make me a better employee, co-worker, and manager within my organization. These tests mentioned above are applied in conjunction with particular examples on how I can achieve becoming a better employee, co-worker, and manager. An explanation of how my personality and experiences were affected by the Holy Spirit is also discussed. Particularly, how potential weaknesses have become strengths with the guidance of the Lord.