Knowing your strengths is empowering, however, the feeling may not be the same when facing weaknesses. Many people view weaknesses as a bad thing, but it just shows where more work and focus is needed. It is imperative that both are recognized. If they are not recognized, the plan made to achieve the goal will not be as effective because you will spend the same amount of time on the strengths and weaknesses. If you acknowledge both, less time will be needed on the strengths, and more time can be spent on the weaker areas.
The purpose on invention of technology was meant to make human’s life easier, faster and burden less. Technology has made life a lot easier on us and I am not trying to say technology is bad because, I personally would have a hard time functioning without it. However, there comes a point when we need to set boundaries on how much technology “intake” we consume because, not all good things stay good. There are negative side effects to technology as you can see and we need to be aware of them in order to control it.
However, the core weakness that is i have less scrupulous individuals take advantage of. Therefore, i have to remember to take care of myself to avoid to make mistake due to my weakness, so in the future i would like to find the one who can remind or encourage me even at work, in this way i can try to accept to work with others and learn something from each others. If i can overcome my weakness that will improve my communication skills even though that i am more suitable for work alone, but i believe i will get more benefits in this way. For my partner type of ESTP, the Strength of this type is always have an impact on his immediate surroundings, my partner always can keep conversation energetic with a good dose of intelligence.
And instead of fighting over their concerns, each party tries to understand each other and puts effort to come to a mutual solution. • Facilitation: Most of the negotiation processes involve command or coercion. But in case of mediation, it's not so. Mediator doesn't command or direct the parties to a solution u rather facilitates the process. It's much smarter as due to facilitation the parties can understand each other well, comes together and instead of fighting against each other, they work together to find a solution.
Anothe... ... middle of paper ... ...be completed. Also, not stressing out and worrying about what I need to complete is important because that I will just overwhelm myself. Being organized is another effective way I do not get stressed. Knowing what I need to get done and how I am going to do it helps me complete it quickly. If I was not organized, I would struggle to be efficient.
I sometimes feel that I have plenty of time and can do it later, even when that’s not true and I am simply finding excuses to put it off. Another one of these excuses is that the task is easy and won’t take very much time. People use
The status I lose by giving another the credit could possibly be worth the extra amount of work that the person produces. Secondly, giving more positive feedback to people is something that I have always done well, but that I could possible increase in order to give those under my leadership an even larger sense of status. Finally, giving individuals a task and allowing them to find the solution for themselves is an important facet of not activating an individual 's threat response (SCARFUS). This is probably the biggest improvement that I can make, as I tend to want things done in a specific manner, and could relinquish this control in order to get more productivity out of people. Equally as important, this change in my
Scale and prioritize Important tasks should be completed to the best of your capabilities, but there are less important ones that you shouldn’t pay a lot of attention to. As long as you do that, you will have no problem reaching some really impressive results. You have to realize that getting a sense of scale will just make your entire experience better and more rewarding. Yes, it can be very tricky to prioritize and get that sense of scale, but it will be worth
The combination of busy lives and lack of time cause us to do whatever we can to get things done as quickly and efficiently as possible, even if that means attempting to do more than one task at a time. Tugend states, “Although doing many things at the same time… can be a way of making tasks more fun and energizing” (725). We may feel like multitasking makes tasks easier to accomplish, but in reality it doesn’t
I’ve developed better working relationship with my bosses and employees simply by taking an extra moment or two to reflect on what was said and the motivation behind it. Recognizing the way my biases and personal feelings can immediately cloud my opinion of a rational and well thought out task has been very beneficial as well, in order to truly appreciate an idea, personal dialog weighing the pros and cons before I make known my opinion has kept me from making a very large mistake had I gone with my gut