Reflection On My Personality, Values, Attitudes, Motivation, Decision Making Capabilities And Other Factors

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From the results of the assessments regarding my personality, values, attitudes, motivation, decision making capabilities and other factors that reveal how effective I am in a working organization, I found that it affirms my Jungian “Executive” personality. In the first set of assessments I was asked a series of multiple choice questions on how I would handle a given situation. The Big Five test model had high scores for agreeableness, conscientiousness, and emotional stability, and it had moderate scores for extroversion and openness to experience. Agreeableness is defined as “someone who is good-natured, cooperative and trusting (Pearson Education, 2008).” Conscientiousness is described as “someone who is responsible, dependable, persistent, and achievement oriented (Pearson Education, 2008).” Extroversion is “someone who is sociable, talkative, and assertive (Pearson Education, 2008).” Emotional stability indicates that “someone is calm, enthusiastic, and secure (Pearson Education, 2008).” Openness to experience reveals that someone is “imaginative, artistically sensitive, and intellectual (Pearson Education, 2008).” Highlighting the conscientiousness and extroversion factors, one can see how these preferences are important to managers for conscientiousness leads to high levels of job knowledge and being social is a prerequisite for a leadership position. Other results stated that I not only possess the ENTJ personality, but also I have a high tendency to be a Type A
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