Skills Inventory Survey Analysis
The style inventory survey instrument provided by Peter Northouse is used to create a management skills profile. The skills inventory assists you in understanding how leadership skills are measured and what your own skills might be. Your scores on the inventory will give you a sense of your own leadership competencies and helps to understand in what areas you are better than others.
In summary my scores are as follow: 22 for Technical skills, 23 for Human skills and 22 for conceptual skills. I want to look into my results in three different categories.
Technical skills: These skills are job-specific knowledge and techniques. The specific kinds of technical skills depend upon the manager’s position in the organization. Looking at my background I started my college with a degree in Computer Science. This degree helped me learn and build my foundation to get involved with the IT industry. After graduating Form College I started my work as a developer at a startup, which gave me a chance to learn the foundation of every software and platform, and also the way that companies process. After that I joined Autonomy as a technical consultant. Having the technical background gave me a lot of help in order to build my knowledge in Content Management. Being part of the professional services and working with client I improved my consulting and customer interaction skills. All these foundation lead me into my current position as a manager at Accenture in Content Management with strong technical skills.
Human Skills: These skills include the ability to understand, alter, lead, and control the behavior of people and groups. The ability to communicate, to coordinate and motivate people, is the principal difference between effective and ineffective managers. Having a mix of Driver and Expressive social skills I’ve always had the interest of leading...