Understanding your Strengths and Personality

Business Finance

Savannah Technical College

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Part of Coach Gibb’s success as a leader is his ability to recognize people's unique strengths and utilize them. This week you will identify your own strengths and personality by taking the DiSC assessment. Once you have your results, you will better understand how your strengths and personality can change how you work with others or the career you pursue.

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Assignment 2: DiSC Assessment Reflection Due Week 5 and worth 100 points. Instructions: Use your Everything DiSC Management Profile Assessment results to identify your DiSC management style and answer the questions below. Remember, this is a reflection of your personality and strengths, so there are no “right” answers. Just be sure to answer the questions honestly and thoughtfully. DiSC STYLE: ___________ (insert style above ex: D, i, S, C, etc.) 1. Give a brief summary of what your style says about your management personality style. (Page 4 of your report.) 2. Did your results surprise you? Explain why or why not. 3. Go to Page 5 of your report. Identify your “priorities,” and write them in the space below. (These are the areas where you focus most of your energy.) 1 4. Describe two (2) situations where one or more of your “priorities” have helped you accomplish a task and/or helped you to be effective when working with others. 5. Locate the list of motivators and stressors on Page 6 of your report. Choose three (3) of motivators and three (3) of stressors that you most identify with. In the space below, write down why you chose these motivators and stressors and explain how you’ve experienced them before. 6. Locate the list of your strengths and challenges as they relate to directing and delegating. (Page 7 of your report.) Identify the three (3) strengths and three (3) challenges that you identify with the most. Explain why you chose those strengths and challenges below. 2 7. After watching the Strayer Story: Discovering Your Purpose: Strengths and Personality and reading more about your DiSC management style, identify three (3) jobs/careers that you believe would align well with your personality. Use the list of occupations in this week’s “Coach’s Huddle” to help you narrow down your choices. Briefly explain why you feel as though your personality would be a good match for these jobs/careers. 3 Assignment 2: Understanding your Strengths and Personality Due week 5 and worth 100 points. “As you develop a game plan for your life, you must start by seeing yourself for who you really are.” - Coach Gibbs Introduction Part of Coach Gibb’s success as a leader is his ability to recognize people's unique strengths and utilize them. This week you will identify your own strengths and personality by taking the DiSC assessment. Once you have your results, you will better understand how your strengths and personality can change how you work with others or the career you pursue. Instructions Step 1: Use the Everything DiSC Management Profile access code that you purchased from the bookstore to complete the assessment. Step 2: Check your Strayer email account. Your DiSC Assessment results will be sent there. Download your DiSC results report and save it to your computer. Step 3: Download the DiSC Assessment Reflection Worksheet and save it to your computer. Step 4: Follow the directions on the worksheet to complete the assignment. Step 5: Save your document as FirstInitial_LastName_JGR100_ A2. Step 6: Submit your assignment using the Week 5 assignment link in Blackboard. Formatting: This course requires use of Strayer Writing Standards (SWS). The format is different than other Strayer University courses. Please take a moment to review the SWS documentation for details. (Note: You’ll be prompted to enter your Blackboard login credentials to view these standards.) Course Connections: While completing this assignment, be sure to connect your responses to the course content you’ve learned so far. You should use specific phrases, ideas, and quotes from the Strayer Videos, Coach's Huddle, Weekly Readings, and/or Discussion Questions to explain and support your thoughts. 1 Wait! Before you submit your assignment, did you… ❏ Review the scoring guide before you submit your assignment to Blackboard? The scoring guide will give you a clear understanding of the assignment expectations. If you are unclear on what is expected of you, please reach out to your instructor for support. ❏ Check your assignment for grammatical errors? ❏ Review your answers for clarity? ❏ Reach out to your instructor if you have any questions? Scoring Guide Assignment 2: Understanding Your Strengths and Personality Criteria 1. Identify your dominant style and provide a brief summary about what that style says about your management personality. Explain how you reacted to your results. Weight: 20% 2. Identify your “priorities” and give examples of how they have helped you accomplish a task and/or be effective when working with others. Weight: 20% Exemplary 90-100% A Proficient 80-89% B Fair 70-79% C Meets Minimum Expectations 60-69% D Unacceptable Below 60% F Identifies dominant style and provides a thorough summary explaining what that style says about your management personality and any surprises you may have had. Identifies dominant style and provides a satisfactory summary explaining what that style says about your management personality and any surprises you may have had. Identifies dominant style and provides a partial summary explaining what that style says about your management personality and any surprises you may have had. Identifies dominant style and provides an insufficient summary explaining what that style says about your management personality and any surprises you may have had. Did not submit. Identifies “priorities” and thoroughly describes examples of how they have helped you accomplish a task and/or be effective when working with others. Identifies “priorities” and satisfactorily describes examples of how they have helped you accomplish a task and/or be effective when working with others. Identifies “priorities” and partially describes examples of how they have helped you accomplish a task and/or be effective when working with others. Identifies “priorities” and insufficiently describes examples of how they have helped you accomplish a task and/or be effective when working with others. Did not submit. 2 3. Identify three (3) of your motivators and three (3) of your stressors. Identifies three (3) motivators and three (3) stressors. Identifies two (2) motivators and two (2) or less stressors OR two (2) of either the motivators or stressors and only one of the other. Identifies one (1) motivator and one (1) stressor. Identifies one (1) motivator and zero (0) stressors or identifies zero (0) motivators and one (1) stressor. Did not submit. Identifies three (3) strengths and three (3) challenges that relate to your approach to directing and delegating. Provides a thorough explanation for why you chose them. Identifies two (2) strengths and two (2) or less challenges or identifies two (2) of one and only one (1) of the other. Provides a satisfactory explanation for why you chose them. Identifies one (1) strength and one (1) challenge that relates to your approach to directing and delegating. Provides a basic explanation for why you chose them. Identifies one (1) strength and zero (0) challenges or identifies zero (0) strengths and one (1) challenge that relates to your approach to directing and delegating. Provides a basic explanation for why you chose them. Did not submit. Identifies three (3) jobs/careers that you believe would align well with your personality. Briefly explains why your personality would be a good match for those jobs/careers. Identifies two (2) jobs/careers that you believe would align well with your personality. Briefly explains why your personality would be a good match for those jobs/careers. Identifies one (1) job/career that you believe would align well with your personality. Briefly explains why your personality would be a good match for that job/career. Identifies 1-2 jobs/careers that you believe would align well with your personality. Does not explain why your personality would be a good match for those jobs/careers. Did not submit. Writing is excellent. Tone is professional and sophisticated. Shows logic, Writing is mostly good. Tone is professional. Shows logic, clarity, and consistent Writing is satisfactory. Tone is somewhat professional. Shows moderate logic, Writing meets minimal standards. Tone is not professional. Lacks one or more of logic, Writing does not meet minimal standards. Tone is not professional. Wholly lacking Weight: 10% 4. Identify three (3) strengths and three (3) challenges that relate to your approach to directing and delegating. Explain why you chose them. Weight: 20% 5. Identify three (3) jobs/careers that you believe would align well with your personality. Briefly explain why you feel as though your personality would be a good match for those jobs/careers. Weight: 25% 6. Write in a professional manner using proper grammar and spelling. 3 Weight: 5% clarity, and consistent formatting. Contains no spelling or grammatical errors. formatting. May contain few or no spelling and/or grammatical errors. clarity, and/or consistent formatting. May contain 24 spelling and/or grammatical errors. clarity, and/or consistent formatting. May contain more than 4 spelling and/or grammatical errors. in logic, clarity, and/or consistent formatting. Contains many spelling and/or grammatical errors. 4 ...
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