One of them being conscientiousness. Conscientious people are very driven and orderly. They set goals and firm plans to achieve these goals. Rarely are they spontaneous or disorganized. My score within the Big Five Personality Profile was moderate for conscientiousness. I would say that I do exhibit some of these characteristics. I can be very organized and reliable. As a weakness, I find that I am not always a self-starter. I will set goals and stick to them, but need that push from others to get started. For instance, I was given the opportunity to work on an exciting new project at work that involves direct feedback from employees that I would personally deliver to upper management. This would be a big responsibility as I would be representing hundreds of employees and voice the current concerns of our group. I was asked to think it over. While processing the position, three others volunteered and I lost out of the opportunity. I took my time and wasn’t as organized in my decision making, therefore I missed out greatly.
The Focus 2 Assessment confirmed what type of person I am. The three main tasks that make me the person I am are helping others, being organized, and doing the task. I knew that I was really effective at organizing and doing the task, but not so much helping. I am more quiet and sometimes it is difficult for me to explain certain concepts to people without making that person more confused than they probably already are. The Focus 2 Assessment made me realize that it is not bad to be the person I am because I can easily affect someone just as much as someone else can affect me.
To begin, I see myself as a strong leader. I am a great communicator. I am very personable and outgoing; I could talk to anyone. Majority of my jobs have dealt with the public and with that I learned a lot about dealing with and communicating with people. I also communicate great with my peers in and out of the classroom. I have a lot of experience with group work and taking charge in
I demonstrate a flexible characteristic that allows me to communicate and explore positive outcomes for professional and personal conditions. I can display humor when communicating with people, the light-hearted aspects allow me to feel comfortable when communicating with people. I demonstrate an optimistic personality during stressful events which gives me the ability to think positively through outcomes and improves my problem solving skills. I can exhibit an open-minded ability with culture, and ethical positions that instills a greater professional outlook. I demonstrate a respectful stature, this characteristic builds trust and acceptance professionally when working with clients. I display a dependable aptitude, which personally and professionally
Most teachers would give their students a written test or an essay to write but project based tests are more beneficial than other teachers would think. Tests or projects that include building or drawing put students to the test and see what they can come up with. The student uses his or her critical thinking skills to create something beautiful. With written tests kids only use the knowledge; they acquire in class. If the student does not pay attention, they have to use their critical thinking or guessing skills to complete their task. Bringing books and audio hearings to life is a creative concept and has a ton of outcomes for different students. A recent project has to do with the major setting of the book called, The True
I display integrity in my personal, professional and social life. My commitment to uphold my morals and values defines my integrity and upholding this integrity when no one is watching defines my character. I am a passionate person who is guided by faith and family. I pride myself in not always being the best but trying the hardest. I gravitate toward leadership roles, and I welcome the challenges that they bring. A strong leader requires credibility, and honesty creates credibility. I am an honest person even when it is not convenient to be. I am a forward thinker who does not dwell on the past but learns from it. I can find calm in chaos, and I see roadblocks as a chance to grow, not as obstacles. I own a business with up to
How many times have you dreaded when the teacher assigns you a project-based assessment, especially when it is a large portion of your grade? It is just a useless activity, no learning involved, right? Although these assignments can be stressful burdens, they can be learning opportunities, too. They can also express one's unique creativity and help participation grades. Most of all, however, project-based assessments can provoke learning.
I am not surprised that conscientiousness is my strongest personality trait in the least because it represents me perfectly. I am a very emotionally-controlled person that doesn’t let what is going on in my external environment frazzle me. Instead, I think things through to find the best and most efficient solution to the problem. I am very organized and dependable. And I am also very persistent in accomplishing both my long and short-term goals. Therefore, I consider conscientiousness to
In the DWYA report I found the my personality type is “ENFP”. This means I’m an extrovert, a Intuitive, a feeler, and a perceiver. This seems to be an accurate representation of myself. My strengths are impressing people with my quickness and creativity, I anticipate the correct answers people are looking for, and I develop rapport easily and change gears quickly. my blind spots are that I don’t follow through on important details and deadlines, I have difficulty committing before you have checked out all your options, and I’m too idealistic and set unrealistic goals. I agree with my strengths but I don’t agree with my blind spots. I don’t see a problem with thinking things out before you make a commitment. Reading all of this was very informative
A major contribution of our personality is an essential trait known as Conscientiousness. It was first grouped in the Five Factor Model personality and the circumplex model of interpersonal behavior 40 years ago by well known psychologists named Tupes and Christal(1961) (McCrae and Costa,1985).Recent developments on the work were carried on by several other psychologists like McCrae and Costa (1985a), Digman and Inouye (1986), Hogan (1983), and Peabody and Goldberg(1989) (Paul D. Trapnell and Jerry S. Wiggins
Numerous studies have been conducted on each factor and their subsets within the Five Factor Model; however, most studies have focused on extraversion and neuroticism and their contributions to understand an aspect of personality due to the ease in which each factor can be observed. The study of the Five Factor Model personality trait, conscientiousness, and its sub factors began to gain recognition as a meaningful and practical personality trait in the 1990s, and have been extensively studied and will continue to be studied throughout the twenty-first century. This paper examines how conscientiousness and its sub factors affect personality psychology based on scholarly literature and scientific research that thoroughly explains the role conscientiousness functions within personality.
I am a pretty well rounded individual although not perfect by any means. Throughout my life, I have always tried my best to be friendly to everyone and optimistic in all situations. I don’t think anyone would ever describe me as a critical or aggressive person. I’ve always been willing to give advice and be encouraging to anyone that I felt needed it. I believe that I am a fairly conscientious person in that I have always been careful and diligent when it comes to work and other life choices. I’ve always been organized and usually don’t act on pure impulse alone. I’ve never been described as traditional or conventional. I’ve always been open to new experiences and relish every opportunity that can make me a more well-rounded person. People would also describe me as a fairly intelligent individual with a vivid imagination. My weaknesses, however, would have to include my ability to develop people and team process. I’ve always been encouraging, but I can improve upon my ability to develop people by providing feedback to individuals on their performances and recognizing individual contributions when I am part of a team.
I am more judging over prospecting, meaning that I like to have one or two plans and stick with it, I strongly dislike changing the plan that I created in the first place. Additionally, judging individuals put their work before anything else, which relates to me, I must have all my homework done and other tasks before I go out. The results showed that I was highly observant, which is true I always make sure to know my surroundings, and I keep my focus on one thing. I am also very quiet when I first meet new people due to watching them to see what kind of person I think they are before I get close to them. It was also slightly accurate that I feel more than I think, it depends on the day and situation though. I do follow my heart in a lot of situations, but I do not like individuals to know that my feelings are hurt. Although, sometimes I do not have to say anything it is obvious to see. I hate conflict and will do anything I can to bypass
Conscientiousness: This personality trait focus on how diligent people are. People in this group show self-discipline, act dutifully and aim to achieve against all odds and external expectations. This trail is associated with the way people control, regulate and direct their impulses.