How to Perform a Self Assessment

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Self Assessment 1

Individual Self Assessment
Jennifer D. Williams
MGT 604 Organizational Behavior
Ken Pinaire
August 27, 2010

Individual Self Assessment 2
The following is the result of my individual self assessment. Active Listening Skills Inventory
My score was 45 out of 75. The assessment score indicates that I am not as good of a listener as I think I am. The area I need to focus on is learning how to be more attentive when listening. It also says that I need to focus more on a person when they are talking and allow them to finish their ideas without interruption. Appreciating and Valuing Diversity

The score for me in this area was 48/50. The score indicates that I have an understanding of the importance of valuing diversity. I exhibit behavior according to the score of being supportive and appreciative to diversity. There is a tendency sometimes to not hear people out when they do not think like I do. I do not like to engage in conversations that I perceive to be ignorant or a waste of time. This is definitely true. Assessing How Personality Type Impacts Your Goal-Setting Skills According to the Hartman Personality Profile I am motivated by intimacy with a code color of blue. There is a need to be understood, appreciated, accepted and am morally good. I want to please others, reveal insecurities, and want to feel secure. As a goal setter, I am highly disciplined personally and professionally. I am goal-oriented. Plans are well thought out in detail and have superb follow through. Assessing Your Creative Quotient

A score of 43/48 is revealed. It suggests that I am highly creative. This area is used to describe how the human brain is split into 2 halves with each having its own special abilities. According to the score the source of my creative thinking is to look at brain lateralization. Individual Self Assessment 3

Assessing Your Emotional Intelligence
The score of 85 suggests I have a relatively high emotional intelligence and that I am practicing most of the emotional intelligence behavior. Five areas are ranked. They are total self awareness, self management, self motivation, empathy and social skills. The scores are as follows and suggests they need to be brushed up on: total self awareness 18/20, self management 18/20, self motivation 14/20, empathy 18/20 and social skills 17/20. Assessing Your Ethical Decision-Making Skills

In this area there is no right or wrong answer. My ethics score is 46/50. This score suggests that I am an honest person, responsible to others, trust with open communication, and obey the laws of the United States. Two final suggestions are that I have integrity and treat others with dignity. Assessing Your Flexibility

I am flexible about certain things. There is a high level of self confidence noted. There is tendency by me to set high unrealistic standards and I may not always be satisfied with my accomplishments. There is a fluctuation in my self esteem and debate about whether I did the right thing. The test suggests that I have trouble making decisions and sticking with them. This I do not agree with. Assessing Your Leader-Member Exchange

This area identifies the relationship between me and working managers/supervisors. The overall score is 48. The areas tested revealed me to have the following scores: 12/38-low leader-member exchange, 39/60-high overall member exchange, 11-high mutual affection, 13-high loyalty, 9-high low professional respect and 15-high contribution to work activities. The scores indicate that the dedication to my job is not affected by the way I feel about my supervisor. Individual Self Assessment 4

Assessing Your Perspective Taking
I received a score of 29. This indicates high perspective taking. Women tend to score higher in this assessment area than men. This score identifies me to be an effective communicator who chooses the right road. Career Planning Based on Brain Dominance...
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