I would describe myself as a very determined and highly motivated person. Although I do take everything that I do in a quite serious manner, I am also able to have fun and find joy in all that I do. Additionally, I am quite the optimist as well as a realist. When the going gets tough, I try to look at the positive of every experience and power through. I would definitely say that I am also quite outgoing, compassionate, bubbly, and loving. Above all, I would say that I am a positive and enthusiastic person.
I would describe my personality as diligent, fun loving, and adaptive. I enjoy spending time with my friends and my sorority, yet I have taken on a position within that sorority that requires me to be on top of nearly all details taking place. I enjoy working hard to make sure everyone else has a smooth-running sorority experience. I like to go with the flow and enjoy like as it comes!
Planning and organizing skills, I enjoy figuring out what is required in getting a job done and working out how and when it can be done. This can be seen in how I develop a personal study timetable and managing time around work and studies.
Above all, I would like to think that others see me as easily approachable. I love interacting with people, and I am always interested in having conversations. I want to be the type of person who is there to listen when needed. I strive to be an individual who is regarded as open-minded, inclusive, and trustworthy. My friends describe me as easy-going, and I enjoy making people laugh. I smile often
My friends and colleagues would describe me as charismatic, nurturing, and with a strong desire to learn, all
First and foremost, the first word that I would describe myself is, competitive. Nothing makes me happier than when I succeed in a difficult situation. To prove my ability against an obstacle. To surpass the expectations of others.
Organizational performance is a result of business interaction with its internal and external environment (Houben, Lenie & Vanhoof, 1999). There are a variety of internal and external forces that either stimulate or compromise the organization's performance in achieving objectives or goals (Houben, et al., 1999). An analysis can identify and evaluate areas within or outside of the organizations to provide information for leadership. The analysis can be done by internal personnel or external experts. Experts are often used to identify, monitor, forecast and assess environment trends (Swayne, Duncan & Ginther, 2008). Often the SWOT analysis is used to review internal and external areas in the four components; strengths, weakness,
If I were to view myself, I would say that I am more personable than I am aggressive or assertive. I am not afraid to seek out other people and interact for different circumstances. I understand that being aggressive (straightforward) is also important in business; however, I work more towards the ability to seek out multiple ways rather than facing a single path head on without looking at other possible solutions. I see being personable as more of a fundamental
Agreeableness is average, meaning I do not try to be either cooperative or antagonistic towards others. I generally take a laissez-faire approach to my relationships and do not have an invested interest because I do not believe I can significantly impact the long-term well being of others. During conversations, I do not inquire specifically about their personal lives, I let the other person tell me what they are comfortable about talking about and what they want me to know. Conscientiousness is also average. I have a fair balance of structure and spontaneity. There is just enough control and regulation in impulses to maintain a harmonized flow of daily life that will allow for spontaneous activities. For example, school work is more or less planned out by the day to prevent falling behind, but I will still embark on spontaneous adventures of bicycle rides to abandoned warehouse roof tops at midnight on a school night. Survey results are consistent with how I view myself generally. While it is impossible to be completely objective in self evaluations, I think I am fairly in tune with my inter- and intra-relationships because I make an effort to heed feedback. When interacting with others I pay attention to their facial expressions, body language, tone of voice, and not only their words, but their silences.
The first subset of my personality is Extraversion, as opposed to Introversion. As an extrovert, I would describe myself as social, external and gregarious. This characteristic helps me communicate and reach out to others. However, there are cons that go along
time remembering and focusing on what I was reading or studying. This caused me to get very
I associate myself with positive people, the ones who have goals and who are furthering their education. All my confidants are aspiring and are all intelligent, who will benefit me in the future. I present myself in a way that shows I am confident. I am a confident person, I believe that you should love the skin you are in and wear what makes you comfortable.
I would describe myself as casual and quiet. I chose casual because I like to go with the flow. Problems do not affect me that much or stress me out. I do what i’m told and a little indecisive. I am a very quiet person and tend to stay quiet in class. Public speaking has been one of my fears but I am slowly starting to get used to
Two other weaknesses are time-management and organization. These two goes hand in hand and I realized that I suffer tremendously from lack thereof and have found multiple solutions to help enhance these weaknesses as I expressed in the IDP. I feel these two will be challenging as well because I realize that organization at work is limited. It is much more of filling in the gaps and
Everyone has their own Personality traits that make them unique. That makes them who they are. I am a very reserved person; I don’t like to be around people