Self-Assessment Communication Style
COM 200 Foundations of Interpersonal Communication
University Of Phoenix
December 17, 2012
The purpose of this paper is to discuss my results from the “What’s My Face-to Face Communication Style?” self assessment. The research conducted with the use of the Peer Perception Survey shall allow the author to interpret the scores given by friends and acquaintances. This will enable a thorough examination of how other individuals observe the author, and also how the author perceives herself. Based upon these observations the author will determine an appropriate strategy for improving self esteem and interpersonal communication. The author will address how others form perceptions of their character, whether or not the information was surprising, and form a plan for improving the accuracy of other people assessment.
“What’s My Face-to Face Communication Style?” self assessment
The results of myself assessment was 50 which means that I listen about 67 percent of the time. This is kind of shocking to me because I assumed that I was a pretty good listener. Scores under 53 percent need drastic improvement and my scores were 14 percent higher than the lowest percentile. Although, my scores weren’t the lowest they are below average so there are sources I can read to help me improve in these areas.
Survey of Individual Perceptions Of Author
The survey conducted find out how other people perceived me was very interesting. For the most part the survey seemed to produce positive results. Most people can agree that I’m a self confident individual. I try to maintain an optimistic viewpoint on life. I work hard and love to help others even if it is an inconvenience to me. My close friends and family perceive me as an open individual. However, my coworkers and acquaintances feel that I don’t disclose too much information about myself. Most people feel that that I’m dependable, and trusted. Everyone feels that I’m...
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