Self-Assessment Analysis

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Self-Assessment Analysis Liberty University April 15, 2013 Abstract Personality plays an important part in ones behavior in the work place. One’s behavior good or bad is influenced by personality and their value system (Robbins and Judge, 2009). We see the various personalities within a team or organization; personality test have become a great way to identify strengths and weaknesses of individuals. After taking the Prentice Hall’s Self-Assessment Library test I discovered that I scored highest for “how satisfied I am with my job”. I believe the economy and job market played a part in my answers and scored the lowest for “how involved I am with my job” (Pearson Education, 2008, I.B.2). My Jungian 16-Type Personality was revealed to be an ENTJ (Pearson Education, 2008, I.A.2) on the previously Typology test I was an INFJ. The assessment revealed that I am for diversity, and I have a flexible view of others. The survey did confirm my leadership style of me being task oriented, even with my concern for others I work in a metrics and customer service driven work environment so the goal is always about completing the task and satisfying the customers. Step 1 Part 1: What about me? The first part of the Prentice Hall’s Self-Assessment is titled “What about me?”. The assessment helped to provide insight into the various parts of my personality in the areas of values, attitude, motivations and decision-making (Pearson Education, 2008). On the first assessment I scored highest for conscientiousness and lowest for openness to experience (Pearson Education, 2008, I.A.1). Conscientiousness is a personality dimension that describes someone who is responsible, dependable, persistent, and organized (Robbins and Judge, 2009). My Jungian 16-Type Personality scored me as an ENTJ (Pearson Education, 2008, I.A.2).

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