enjoy figuring out my own problems and not relying on others to do it for me. I take pride in figuring out what other struggle to do. I was surprised by a few area of my report such as my blind spot and Crisis. I didn’t realize that my actions could cause people upset and pain because I’m so focused on my good motive and realizing that developing a practice of mindfulness and reflection could help reduce becoming exhausted. Ethical Lens helps me visualize who I am as a person and puts my actions and goals into one report.
M2- Self awareness is the ability to know myself, my abilities, limitation and what is my personality is like. Self awareness is a very important tool to have as it helps me to be conscious of my limits and areas for further development. It is hard to do this with a friend because we may not want the friend to know who we really are. Before we can professionally help others as counsellors, we need to be self aware. This is because of the nature of the role of counsellors.
But, that comes with a price. I sometimes become complacent, only focused on my motives and leaving everyone else to fend for themselves. My critical thinking skills will lead me to make ethical choices. Ethics applies to professional and societal responsibilities, as well as by providing a set of values that individuals should strive for such as kindness, compassion, integrity and responsibility . Weather it is at work, school or just walking down the street, these values still apply.
The basic communication principle I apply to my personal life experience is knowing my audience and communicating a little at a time. I believe by knowing and interacting with a person before I just say what’s on my mind.I believe by knowing the person’s attitude and belief will help me be better prepared to answer questions they might want to ask me whenever we strike up a conversation. I also feel the results these results are a accurate description of my personality and communication style. I am a introverted person and I see this plays a factor when I talk to strangers. Yet, I do know how important and how good it can feel to connect with someone new.
My manager has recently told me that my strengths also fall in the logical range. I tend to lean towards policies, I am great at using logic to solve problems, and I make to do lists and following them logically. I believe that sometimes my logical thinking keeps me from doing impulsive things that would be fun, but I see those situations as out of control. I do desire to be more creative and artistic, but know that I will need to spend time learning those talents because they do
I mean that sometimes I like to make claims without backing them up. This class has helped me to really investigate my claims so I can project them with confidence and greater persuasive power. Without writing an actual paper, it is good to have facts to back up personal claims. This gives the person great ethos. All in all, I know that this class will help me in my career in the long run because it has showed me what the power of language can do.
With an appreciation of EI you will be in harmony with your team and thus able to construct highly successful working relationships with them. According to research, unlike IQ, EI can be gained through conscious efforts in interaction with others, through training and sometimes through peak experiences My Intelligence Quotient (IQ) has got me where I am today but now I need to acquire something called Emotional Intelligence (EI) as well.I am an extroverted persona and often I had often misinterpreted Extroverted social skills as Emotional Intelligence. However, I realized that EI refers to my ability to manage, monitor and regulate my emotions in a balanced and healthy manner in order to achieve my personal and business objectives. Based upon Salovey and Mayer(1990) I must ensure to use the four components of EI effectively. Self-awareness – take charge of both your positive and negative emotions Self-regulation– discover the interrelationships between emotions and gauge how they develop and mutate with time.
Everything that came up under “Challenges” was true for me. The challenges that related to me most were having difficulty managing time and losing interest in long, complex projects. However, the suggested strategies for these challenges are actually very helpful and I will definitely be using these suggestions from now on in both my short and long-term career goals. I learned that I am a Thinker rather than a Feeler – meaning I base my decisions on logic versus values. I have always thought I was more likely to use my feelings to make decisions rather than what my head tells me – but this assessment says otherwise.
Gen 200 Ethical Lens Inventory As humans we all have a set of core values that we apply when resolving ethical conflict, understanding others as well as our own decision making strategies allows us to respect each others point of view better. Ethical Lens Inventory is used as way to identify what values are more important to you as an individual and what their challenges and strengths are. The inventory allows you to see ethical issues clearly and learn how to resolve them better. Being aware that people have different priorities and different values helps to respects each other’s point of views. My personal preferred lens is Rights/responsibility and results lens.
And the different classes of emotion, that frustration tends to limits our goals that lead to anxiety and that defense mechanism can help us cope with minor psychological issues on the day to day bases helps me to improve on setting my goals and not to lose hope on it, what defense mechanism people use and what way is the best when dealing with them. While in a social aspect it helps me in dealing with people. At first it is hard for me to interact with other people but after this subject I learn to socialize with other through different