Self Assessment Test Paper

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Self-Assessment Tests are interactive surveys that help gain insights into one's skills, abilities, and interests. (Self-Assessment Library, Prentice Hall). The results help priorities by establishing which core values are most in need of attention in any given setting. This paper expounds on my results of the Self-Assessment tests. It discusses what I learned about myself; my personality, value, and attitude, motivation and decision-making insights. Secondly, what I learned about working with others; my communication skills, leadership and team skills and power and conflicts skills. Thirdly, what I learned about life in organizations; organization structure, careers, change and stress. Furthermore, the lesson learned to help me generally and particularly be a better employee, co-worker, and/or manager. It concludes with how the Holy Spirit is transforming my weakness into strengths, in relation to 2 Corinthians 12:7-10 from the Gospel and Personal Reflection by Dr. Kahlib J. Fischer. Keywords: Personality, Working with others, Life in organizations. Step One: Assessment Tests Part One: What About Me? Personality insights. I am an Introvert, Sensing, Thinking and Judging (ISTJ) per the Jungian 16-Type Personality and type B personality. ISTJ and type B…show more content…
The values espoused by people in the accounting field, structure; truthfulness, honesty and, integrity align with my values. (Robbins, 2008). Thankfully, I do not have to reconcile values. I have a relatively low job involvement that transfers to the degree to which I identify with my job. (Robbins, 2008). My job does not define me, nor determine my self-worth though I actively participate in it and consider my performance important. My attitude is that my job is what I do and not who I am. I have no difficulty accepting the increasing diversity in today's workplace. (Robbins, 2008). I live and work in a foreign country; that makes me a diversity
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