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Running Head: SELF KNOWLEDGE 1
Self Knowledge
Amanda Garrett
ORG 300 Applying Leadership Principles
Colorado State University Global Campus
Cyndi Levy
November 20
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SELF KNOWLEDGE 2
Instructions: Based on the Myers-Briggs readings and assessment, evaluate your strengths and
weaknesses, interests, and values. Map this knowledge to a degree program you see as a good fit
for you.
Self-Evaluation (ESFJ)
Strengths
- Sees problems clearly and delegates easily
- Works hard/plays hard
- Can be “mothering” and caring
- Serve as excellent protectors
- “People person” and can adapt well to crowds
Weaknesses
- Hard to contain emotions (“wears their hearts on their sleeves”)
- Sometimes acts too fast on impulse
- Can find it hard to make decisions
- May see “dangers” all around them (germs, insidious character flaws, unforeseen
elements)
- Can be untrusting
Interests
- Enjoys being in charge on situations
- Taking care of people
- Providing services (some ESFJ’s see this as life’s meaning)
- Traditions such as birthdays, holidays, and other celebrations (love to give)
- Usually enjoy things such as performances or performing (on stage, screen, etc.)
Values
- Hard work
- Feelings over stone cold facts
- Creative input
- Being able to express emotion

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Running Head: SELF KNOWLEDGE 1 Self Knowledge Amanda Garrett ORG 300 – Applying Leadership Principles Colorado State University – Global Campus Cyndi Levy November 20th, 2016 SELF KNOWLEDGE 2 Instructions: Based on the Myers-Briggs readings and assessment, evaluate your strengths and weaknesses, interests, and values. Map this knowledge to a degree program you see as a good fit for you. Self-Evaluation (ESFJ) Strengths - Sees problems clearly and delegates easily - Works hard/plays hard - Can be “mothering” and caring - Serve as excellent protectors - “People person” and can adapt well to crowds Weaknesses - Hard to contain emotions (“wears their hearts on their sleeves”) Sometimes acts too fast on impulse Can find it hard to make decisions May see “dangers” all around them (germs, insidious character flaws, unforeseen elements) Can be untrusting Interests - Enjoys being in charge on situations Taking care of people Providing services (some ESFJ’s see this as life’s meaning) Traditions such as birthdays, holidays, and other celebrations (love to give) Usually enjoy things such as performances or performing (on stage, screen, etc.) Values - Hard work Feelings over stone cold facts Creative input Being able to express emotion SELF KNOWLEDGE 3 Degree Program Map After reviewing my results from the Meyers-Briggs assessment and finding out that I am categorized as an ESFJ, I feel very comfortable with pursuing a Business Management degree. ...
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