Your own ability to understand the areas you might be able to improve is a great way to demonstrate this ability to self-assess. Honesty is the best policy and you should be honest about your genuine areas for improvement along with the personal qualities you are proud of. Often your greatest strength is the flipside of a frustrating weakness. For example, you are an analytical and thorough worker who is detail oriented, and yet have a difficulty seeing the big picture in a strategic way. Avoid insincere weaknesses that are clearly strengths disguised as weaknesses.
Although at times these labels may be accurate, many of us determine early in an interaction or presentation that we don’t understand the subject, don’t like the person, or find lit-tle of interest or importance in the message. We then tune out the speaker and spend our time thinking about other matters. By not listening to the message, we have no way to assess accurately the value of what we might have heard. Barrier Two: Emotionally Resisting Messages. Often we react quickly to emotionally charged words or subjects.
My reasoning is because most don’t understand me, and they take my demeanor as cockiness. Cockiness can turn people off instantly. There is a saying that first impression is a lasting impression. Communication is vital and needed to get things accomplished. Lack of communications means lack of progression.
It will more than likely take his subordinates and co-workers even longer to trust that he has changed and that he will adhere to his new found values and attitudes. He needs to work on being more considerate. When he sends out emails that berates his subordinates he is disregarding his employee’s feelings. The emails he sends out are harsh and accusatory, such as asking “Why aren’t you as committed to this project as I am?” (Daft, 2011, p.129) This tone is offensive and does not work towards a solution to the issue. Along the same lines, he needs to be more respectful.
One reason is that we always think that these things are not worthy to judge, another reason is that we usually do the same thing as them and we don’t like to face the dark side of ourselves. However, when we experience a lot of unfair treatment or pressure, we may become to be depressive and like to complaint or even curse, which is the hotbed for extremity and evil. From now on, the gate of unscrupulous is opening, and our happiness index is sharp declining and is hard to get a favorable
They are very concern people and as a result of that they trust authority seeking security. They tend to be pessimistic; since they tend to expect the worst at all times they are more bond to be stoical and fatalistic while reminiscing on yesterday. Yearn for belonging and prize gratitude. Intellectually they practice logistic more than tactics diplomacy and strategy. They are tough minded individuals who often take the role of an administer.
I have the tendency to lose interest quickly which is terrible in most cases, especially when it comes to learning; sometimes when I am trying to grasps a concept that doesn’t make much sense to me, I sabotage my learning process because my brain seems as if it is almost shutting down even when I try to concentrate very hard. This would not serve me well in a working environment as I cannot just shut down as soon as I have lost interest, as that would stunt my professional development. Being a dominant character is not always a good thing because sometimes I am reluctant to let someone else take charge which has probably cost me a lot of learning opportunities in the past. A ‘Jump first/think later’ mentality is definitely the worst sort of mentality to have when in a working environment, especially when dealing with people; things have to be calculated with all details taken into consideration and could lead to a lot of errors and disciplinary actions, although this could be a valuable learning experience to not do it again, it is worse to make such errors as this reckless mentality is neither valid in a work environment or professional. There is no truer statement for me than I talk more often than I listen, I do not favour listening or when I have to
I sometimes have a weakness in the fact that I may be too honest with my answer and do not think before answering. I realize that when you are communicating with people, they really do not want the truth because it hurts and is offensive. I find that it is much easier for me to communicate, when I have knowledge of the conversation being discussed. I am very weak when it comes to starting a conversation and leading the discussion. I will avoid a conversation as much as possible when I have to present the information to be discussed.
A person’s strengths and weaknesses derive from their character. This character is what people tend to be like. When looking at my character you have to look at all of my qualities even though they might not be so good. A strength that I have is to be prepared. Being prepared is something that I as a person must do, because I hate the feeling of not following the rules by not doing something that is very easy to do.
This is a question that I believe every single person can have a different reasoning to their answer. I think in a lot of cases extrinsic motivation kills intrinsic motivation. When I am doing a great job at work, and seeing my progress makes me want to work harder I believe that if someone came in a said “wow, this deserves a bonus,” I think that would almost demotivate me. I have been internally motivating myself so much that someone else trying to motivate me would have a negative outcome. I would then be doing my work just to please the person who wants to give me a bonus.