UNIV 1211Getting to Know Your Strengths & Weaknesses a Professional Development Essay

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write a paragraph have a Introduction and. Analysis ( is the photo of the test down in. the word you have)

after the you Compare tests and Review of Your Strengths ,Review of Your Weaknesses,Reflect on Career Suggestions ,Conclusion,Professionalism all of this you write 10 sentences

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UNIV 1211: Professional Development and Competencies ASSIGNMENT #1: GETTING TO KNOW YOUR STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES Dr. Laura M. Strachan Grade: /25% Purpose of Assignment • The purpose of this assignment is to help students understand their Global Connectedness & Diversity Consciousness. • To understand the student’s current status. • To recognize barriers to diversity across cultures and strategies for becoming a globally connected practitioner in a professional field. • This is NOT a research assignment. • It is an individual, self-assessment assignment. Objectives • To help students assess their personal and workplace readiness, strengths and weaknesses in pursuit of their overall goals. • To help students understand how to find and use tools for self-assessment. • To help students assess their workplace readiness and strengths at this moment in time. • To help students set goals to develop skills and areas of expertise to prepare for the workplace. • To help students recognize what they have to contribute at present. • To help students set goals to develop skills and areas of expertise to prepare for the workplace. Instructions • This is NOT a research assignment • Read about the assessments/tests before you start. • Take all of the tests. Each one should take no longer than 20 minutes. You must answer all of the questions at your initial sitting to be able to obtain the self-assessment result. • Answer all of the questions at your initial sitting to be able to obtain the self-assessment result. • A soft copy must be submitted to BlackBoard with a cover page to Dr. Strachan using the link provided in Content/Assignments/Assignment #1. Report Write a report based on your scores/findings. It should include the following: 1. Include a Cover Page with your name, student number, course name, section number, instructor’s name. Note: make it professional. Ensure that all of the information is spelled correctly. 2. An introduction that explains what the report is about in at least 5 sentences. 3. Include copies of your test scores to show the tests results 4. Analysis the results for each test. Write in complete sentences and organize your answers according to tests, answers and analysis. Provide at least 5 sentences per analysis. 5. Reflect on your overall strengths using the information/results provided for each test. Minimum 10 sentences. 6. Reflect on your overall weaknesses using the information/results provided for each test. Minimum 10 sentences. 7. Reflect on the careers that are best suited for you. Is your dream job one of them? Have you ever considered these types of jobs as a career for you? Analyze the results. Minimum of 10 sentences. 8. Reflect on what this means for your professional development and career goals. Minimum of 10 sentences. 9. Conclusion. Minimum of 5 sentences. 10. Rubric 11. Submit a softcopy to BlackBoard using the link found in Content/Assignments/Assignment #1 Tests Conduct the following tests: Please inform Dr. Strachan if there is a problem with the link. Please take the following tests. Once you are finished, print your results and attach them to the report. You will use your results to answer the questions at the end of the document and to write your analysis. 1. Meyer Briggs Personality Test http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes1.htm The Personality TYPE test is designed to help you assess your personal characteristics. What kind of a person are you? Are you a "people person"? What kinds of information do you like to use? Do you make decisions with your head or your heart? Would you rather be doing activities on a scheduled basis or just act spontaneously? The Jung Personality Type Test, often called the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), reveals your personal preferences on each of four scales of basic preferences. After taking the test, please state your personality type by copying your exact results from the web site. Only enter the four-letter code in all capital letters such as (ESTP, INTJ, etc.) and then analyze your answers by using these headings: • INTROVERT versus EXTROVERT • SENSING versus INTUITIVE • THINKING versus FEELING • JUDGING versus PERCEIVING 2. Competency Test https://www.123test.com/competency-test/ • "What are my strengths?" Compare yourself with others in the labor force • Measurement of the 16 most common and work-related competencies • With development tips for each competence • It takes 15-20 minutes to complete this test You will find 155 statements. Please indicate the extent to which you believe these statements apply to you. Ensure that you are describing what you are like rather than what you want to be like. For each statement there will be 5 possible answers from which to choose. Don’t think too long about the statements; there are no right or wrong answers. Filling in the questionnaire will take around 20 minutes. Try to do it in one go without interruptions. Please ensure that you are not disturbed. All questions need to be answered. 3. Type A Personality Test https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/tests/personality/type-personality-test The Type A Personality Test assesses whether you possess the hallmark behavioral characteristics of the Type A Personality. These include hostility, impatience, difficulty expressing emotions, competitiveness, drive, perfectionism and an unhealthy dependence on external rewards such as wealth, status, or power. The results from our Type A Personality test are intended to reveal whether your tendency is closer to the rushed, continuously stressed-out Type A, or the more laid-back Type B Personality. This information will provide important knowledge about your potential for heart disease and other negative health effects known to result from certain aspects of the Type A behavior pattern (TABP). 4. Career Aptitude Test: What Career is Right for Me? https://www.whatcareerisrightforme.com Please take the Career Aptitude Test to determine what jobs are best suited to your skills and interests. The test is composed of four brief sections covering your: • SKILLS: What are your personal strengths and weakness? • INTERESTS: What sorts of activities and subjects do you find interesting? • STYLE: What style of work environment are you looking for? • VALUES: What values are important to you in your ideal career? 5. Holland Code Career Test https://www.truity.com/test/holland-code-career-test This free career quiz uses the scientific Holland Code model to show you which jobs will suit your interests, talents, and aptitude. Get scores for 6 major job areas to guide your career planning. To take the Holland Code career quiz, mark your interest in each activity shown. Do not worry about whether you have the skills or training to do an activity, or how much money you might make. Simply think about whether you would enjoy doing it or not. 6. Cultural Intelligence Test https://commonpurpose.org/knowledge-hub-archive/all-articles/what-isculturalintelligence/cq-test/ CQ (Cultural Intelligence) is the ability to cross boundaries and thrive in multiple cultures. Whether you planning a career at home or overseas, CQ will be sought by employers above all other skills. 7. Emotional Intelligence Test (EI) https://globalleadershipfoundation.com/geit/eitest.html The Global Emotional Intelligence Test - GEIT, uses 40 questions, which are derived from the Global EI Capability Assessment instrument, which contains 158 items. These are based on Goleman's four quadrants Emotional Intelligence Competency Model (2002). Short EI quizzes such as the GEIT are meant to be fun, and to give you a guide to which EI areas you are doing well in and those you should focus on for your professional and personal development. RUBRIC Assignment #1: Getting to Know Your Strengths & Weaknesses Nama Student # Rubric Cover Page 1 5 Name Student # Instructor’s Name Assignment # Date Rubric Copies of 7 Test Scores Introduction Analysis Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 Test 7 1 7 Review of Your Strengths Review of Your Weaknesses Reflect on Career Suggestions Review of Career Development Conclusion Professionalism 10 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 10 10 10 5 Grammar 5 Tests Conduct the following tests: Please inform Dr. Strachan if there is a problem with the link. 1. Meyer Briggs Personality Test http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes1.htm 2. Multiple Intelligence Test https://www.edutopia.org/multiple-intelligences-assessment 3. Type A Personality Test https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/tests/personality/type-personality-test 4. Career Aptitude Test: What Career is Right for Me? https://www.whatcareerisrightforme.com 5. Holland Codes Career Tests https://www.123test.com/holland-codes-career-tests/ 6. Cultural Intelligence Test (CI) https://commonpurpose.org/knowledge-hub-archive/all-articles/what-is-culturalintelligence/cq-test/ 7. Emotional Intelligence Test (EI) https://globalleadershipfoundation.com/geit/eitest.html
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Getting to Know Your Strengths and Weaknesses
Understanding oneself is key in adapting to the ever-changing world. Knowing how you
react in different situations, either under pressure or around an irritating person, is crucial in
anticipating the next move. Besides, it is best to understand one's strengths and weaknesses and
find ways to improve weaknesses better. In addition, the self-assessment test has helped me
understand my connectivity with the outside world. Results for each assessment test will be
analyzed in this report.
Analysis: Test 1
According to the Meyer Briggs personality test I took, the results indicated that my
personality type preference is Extravert (22%) iNtuitive (9%), Feeling (19%) Perceiving (6%). An
ENFP uses their social skills and contacts to persuade others in a gentle manner of the rightness of
their views. ENFPs are generally friendly, enjoyable people at the workplace and interact with
others positively and creatively. Besides, these personalities are an asset during brainstorming
sessions. However, ENFPS often has a flip switch where they can be in one moment serious and
all for business, and in the next minute, when the opportunity arises, they become captain wild
child.
Analysis: Test 2
In the competency test, 16 fundamentals competencies were measures compared to the
working population in Europe. Ten of the competencies were average with Checking,
communicating verbally, taking the initiative, reacting flexibly, and planning and organizing being
the top five best scored. However, among the competencies th...


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