Personal Assessment of Strengths

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  1. Assignment 1: Personal Assessment of Strengths
    Due Week 3 and worth 200 pointsTo prepare for this assignment, make sure to complete the StrengthsFinder quiz located in the back of your book. This will take approximately 30 to 45 minutes. Click here for a video tutorial on how to complete the quiz and view your results. Then, view information about your top five strengths at “Start Here - An Overview of the StrengthsFinder Movement,” found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50J8DYo7r44&list=PLhYBLDN6sURWX7h8IdebX2CYyR9QwqoDX. Then view information about your top five strengths at “Strategic - Learn more about your innate talents from Gallup's Clifton StrengthsFinder!” found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sWM36m3d48&list=PLxDaK7wIyw9609RQuIcVwcCtJ6j17hmO4&index=1. Write a one to three (1-3) page paper in which you:
    1. Describe your initial reaction to finding out your top five strengths.
    2. Explain how your top five strengths relate to your leadership style. Determine how they relate to the key functions you would need to perform as a manager.
    3. Determine what traits you need to work on the most to become a good leader. Then, explain whether these traits differ from the strengths you need to be a good manager.
    4. Indicate which of your strengths you anticipate you will use the most in college or a future career.
    5. Format your assignment according to the following formatting requirements:
      1. This course requires use of new Strayer Writing Standards (SWS). The format is different than other Strayer University courses. Please take a moment to review the SWS documentation for details.
      2. Typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides.
      3. Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, your professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page is not included in the required page length.
    The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:
    • Describe the primary functions of management (planning, organizing, leading, controlling) and the associated skills, tools, and theoretical approaches that can be used to accomplish these functions.
    • Use technology and information resources to research issues in management concepts.
    • Write clearly and concisely about management concepts using proper writing mechanics.
    Click here to view the grading rubric for this assignment.
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1 Title of Your Paper Your First and Last Name Professor’s Name with title Course Title and Number Date 2 My Top Five Strengths In this section you will start by informing the reader (your professor) of the five top strengths that you discovered through the activity. You must identify these strengths and provide a brief description of each. After you have identified and described the five strengths, you need to describe your initial reaction. Where you surprised? Why were you surprised? Were you not surprised? Why were you not surprised? Answers to those questions will help make this a very informative and interesting section. You are to ensure that the first word of each paragraph is indented a ½ inch. Also, each paragraph is to have a minimum of three to six sentences. My strengths in Relation to my Leadership and Management Style In this section explain how your top five strengths relate to your leadership style. Determine how they relate to the key functions you would need to perform as a manager. As you put together this section, consider the role of a leader and a manger. How are both roles different? As you grow as a leader and a manager, how will your strengths help you? Becoming a Good Leader Determine what traits you need to work on the most to become a good leader. Then, explain whether these traits differ from the strengths you need to be a good manager. The traits that you will identify in this section are not the among the top five strengths you have listed above. Therefore, you should be going back to the results of the activity and identifying those that you believe you could improve on to become an effective leader. Most Frequent Trait I Might Use in the Future Indicate which of your strengths you anticipate you will use the most in college or a future career. The traits identified in this section can be from the top five 3 strengths or the ones you identified that you needed to be improved. As with other sections, please ensure that the first word of the paragraph is to be indented a ½ inch. Also, there needs to be a minimum of three to six sentences in each paragraph. Conclusion The conclusion sums up what you have discussed in your assignment. The first sentence, as with other new paragraph should be indented a ½ inch. Ensure that you use the grammarly.com tool so that you will be able to detect any grammatical or sentence structure issues. Finally, when you submit your paper for grading it will automatically go through the safeassign tool. The similarity percentage should be no more than 30. Should it be higher, you will need to review and revise the paper. If you follow this template you will be able to accomplish this assignment without any difficulties. Remember the page length requirement for this assignment is one (1) to three (3) pages. Also, you MUST adhere to the university’s student writing standards (SWS) requirements. You can access this document in the course information section of the course shell. ...
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Personal Assessment of Strengths
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PERSONAL ASSESSMENT OF STRENGTHS
My Top Five Strengths
My first strength is being an activator. It is true because I am always impatient
when I have a task at hand. I prefer to start my work early so that I can have enough time
to complete it perfectly. I ensure that I make decisions which are final than consuming
myself in the process.
Analytical strength is proven by the way I research on my work to make sure that
I have the best results. I have to use data which is evidence of what I am doing. Making
informed decision helps my projects gain success.
Command strength has always made me take charge of things. When assigned a
task as a group, I love to lead so that I can ensure that it is done to perfection and within
the time frame. I ensure that everything is clear in the group for effective performance.
I am a consistent individual. I have to ensure ...

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