Organization skills are very important because the tasks of life run a lot easier when you know where to find something as opposed to stressing out over finding something in a mess. Teamwork is also an important skill I have learned, when you do something as a team, you can get it done faster. Through cooperation, a team can do just about anything. Out of all the life skills I have learned, discipline has been the one that I have benefited from the most. I have acquired a lot of discipline through drill and ceremonies.
I also scored high on scale-A (agreeableness). This reflects well on my leadership skills, as I am known to have a good relationship with team members. I tend to be understanding even if there is an issue with progress within the team. Within reason, I like to forgive and give second chances to team members who do not meet expectations the first time around. This is usually well received by people I interact with, in a team setting.
How do we become knowledge workers within our own organizations? Hammer (2004) suggests that we are entering an age where we will all be knowledge workers. I find some truth in that because we are always learning from our peers, our employees, and our supervisors. But it is necessary for us to know where that newfound knowledge comes from by finding its source. I am the type of person who wants to know everything and be the best at every task I perform, and doing the necessary work to identify the appropriate source of information will make that task just a bit easier.
I also have great organization skills that allow me to get duties done in a quick manner. I am a fast-past worker, but also know how to be very patient when needed. I enclosed my resume along this letter. I am confident my skills and experience will value your company. I would extremely appreciate if you call me for a interview session along with my fiance.
I like finishing tasks after I start them because it helps me become more motivated. I can work well on my own and in a group. I like to speak my point of view a lot and I like to put forward my opinions and I think this is a good quality because it helps strengthen my beliefs. I am really good at remembering things for example I am fluent in 2 different languages. My work experience was very successful.
Using a daily planner and prioritizing my responsibilities has helped me have the time to transition back to a student. Although every task is written, not all need to be done in the same day. Day to day activities can be very distracting but my schedule keeps me focused. Returning back to school and into the student role requires me to be successful in working in teams. Communicating with my peers helps me trusting in my team mates to be active in the learning experience.
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.
I take responsibility very serious, and can be counted on to follow through. As an interpreter, I need to have the ability to communicate with others when working as a team. I am committed and steady in meeting my obligations. Working in group projects is a challenge for me because, I am a do it now person, and working with others to get a grade can be frustrating. I am capable of forming strong bonds, but more so in my personal life.