Self Assessment

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This paper intends to provide a basic understanding of my individual personality and how it plays a role in my organization in the U.S. Navy. It covers the results from a self-assessment tool that uses a series of questions to identify specific personality strengths and weaknesses. It is divided into three steps. The first one, focuses on the most important personality trait results. The second, how these results play a role in my organization. And the third, how God’s Holy Spirit has worked in my life to change weaknesses into strengths. Needs work Self-Assessment and God’s Influence Step 1Good use of headings; makes it easier to follow your presentation I have learned quite a bit about myself using the Self Assessment…show more content…
Additionally, because I am a type-A personality, I tend to want to do as much as possible in as little time as possible. I also do not do well as a team player, and due to my impatience, I tend to cut people off before they finish speaking (Student Assessment Library, 2008). Although in the North American culture a type-A personality tends “to be highly prized and positively associated with ambition and the successful acquisition of material goods” (Robbins and Judge, 2009, p. 114), as a type-A I “operate under moderate to high level levels of stress” (Robbins and Judge, 2009, p. 114) and my behavior is easy to…show more content…
The category with the highest score was animated, meaning that I sustained eye contact and frequently used gestures and facial expressions (Student Assessment Library, 2008). I think this score fairly represents where I stand when I communicate face to face with others because I am not too extreme in either of the categories assessed. Being a charismatic can be important, since it is thought of as “an exceptional quality of an extraordinary leader” (Chen, Belkin, McNamee, and Kurtzberg, 2013). With an overall assessment score of 88 (85 being the cutoff for high charisma), I “have self-confidence and strong conviction about my beliefs” (Student Assessment Library, 2008). At the same time, “charisma exists only if followers say it does or if followers behave in specific ways” (Chen et al, 2013). Very good Life in
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