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Career Interest Profiler Competencies Work Culture Preferences Essays and Term Papers

  • Career Interests Profiler and Competencies

    Career Interests Profiler and Competencies BCOM/275 After completing the career profiler and competencies career planning tool I now have a Better understanding...

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  • Career Interests Profiler and Competencies

    Career Interests Profiler and Competencies Understanding my personal competencies will help me improve my critical thinking skills by not making quick decisions, analyze and think about what I do before I do it, and striving to see improvement in my work and coping with pressure...

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  • Competencies and Career Interests Profiler

    Career Plan Building Activity: Competencies and Career Interests Profiler It is eye opening to be able to look at ourselves from the outside. There are times we try to sit and reflect on our own strengths and weaknesses internally and it is hard to do. Often we don’t know the right questions to...

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  • Career Interest Profiler and Competencies

    Career Interest Profiler and Competencies Eric B. Mimms University of Phoenix BCOM/275 Mr. Charles Bocage 01/28/12 Career Plan Building Tools and My Career Durring the course of BCOM275 I had various tools provided to me from the University of Phoenix Career service center and the course...

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  • Career Interest Profiler and Competencies Results

     Career Interest Profiler and Competencies Results Vrenda Machelle Campbell BCOM/230 July 21, 2014 Jennica Moore Career Interest Profiler and Competencies Results The following paper will discuss the ways in which understanding my competencies will help me to improve my group communication...

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  • Career Plan Work Culture Preferences

    Career Plan Work Culture Preferences April 12, 2013 Well after doing the Work Culture Preferences in the Career Plan I was a little surprised on the results because it showed me that maybe I do have more skills to work with helping people than I thought. My results were under the Ethical section;...

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  • Career Interest Profiler

     The results from my interest profiler were enterprising occupations, social occupations and conventional occupations. Enterprising occupations include starting up and carrying out projects. These occupations can involve leading people and making many decisions. Sometimes they require risk taking and...

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  • Career Plan Building Activity: Work Culture Preferences

    The result from the Career Interests Profiler was that I was realistic, conventional, and artistic. It is interesting under the realistic list, it states “require working outside, and do not involve a lot of paperwork or working closely with others.” I do like to work outside with our animals and I do...

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  • Competencie and Career Interests Profiler Paper

    I was very surprised when I took the Career Profiler; I had taken something like this when I was a senior in high school. In high school my results suggested that I should do something in agriculture, and now 11 years later it suggests that I should do something in Business, Finance or Law. These results...

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  • Competencies and Career Interests

    In today’s work environments, it’s important to be self-reliant and capable of certain skills needed to be successful. The assessment allowed me to see the areas of strength in my character. I am confident that I am able to set goals and create a vision of the ideal job environment for me. My aim is...

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  • Competencies and Career Interests

    Competencies and Career Interests In today’s work environments, it’s important to be self-reliant and capable of certain skills needed to be successful. The assessment allowed me to see the areas of strength in my character. I am confident that I am able to set goals and create a vision of the ideal...

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  • Career: Culture Preferences

    Career: Work Culture Preferences Thoai A. Trinh Business Communication and Critical Thinking Professor Timothy Nguyen University of Phoenix March 17, 2013 By understanding your ideal work culture, it should help with setting up the right work environment to fit your comfort zone if you were...

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  • Work Culture Preferences

     Work Culture Preferences Irene Emond BCOM/230 July 21, 2014 Jay Johnson Work Culture Preferences As we all know, every leadership style has its own work environments that are ideal for it. Because it matters what you know and most important is what you know about yourself. The first step in improving...

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  • Work Culture Preferences

    Work Culture Preferences Milo Montes BCOM/275 August 12, 2011 Charles P. Matson Work Culture Preferences After completing the Work Culture Preferences my results reflected that I am high powered, supportive, and well resourced. The results indicate that I enjoy high paying demanding jobs with...

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  • Work Culture Preferences

    Susan Lewis Work Culture Preferences I believe understanding ones own values along with a company’s work culture can help foster a stronger relationship with the organization in helping to achieve their long-term goals and objectives. Getting to know the culture can be discovered during the interviewing...

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  • Work Culture Preferences

    Work Culture Preferences People in every workplace talk about work culture to characterize the qualities of their work environment. Culture is what surrounds us at work all of the time. Culture is a powerful element that shapes our work enjoyment, work relationships and work processes. Ultimately...

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  • Work Culture Preferences

     Career Plan Building Activity Work Culture Preferences The Phoenix career services has provided an eye opening look at some of the key traits I have and exactly what career path is best suited for me. One of the most exciting discoveries within the career interest profiler surveys was...

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  • Work Culture Preferences

    Career Plan: Work Culture Preferences Krishale Fitzgerald University of Phoenix August 30, 2013 Dorie Mattson GEN/125 Career Plan: Work Culture Preferences The Work Culture Preference Activity in the My Career Plan was very interesting with the variety of questions that were asked. I found it...

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  • work culture preferences

    Answer the following questions, in at least 350 words, about your work culture preference and the resources in Phoenix Career Services: Were you surprised by your results? I was not surprised by the results of the survey. It shows that I am someone who prefers a secure, stable environment where...

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  • Work-Culture-Preferences

    Work Culture Preferences SeeSea MGT/521 Jan 06,2011 Work Culture Preferences Career Plan Building Activities like identify competencies and work culture preferences help me to uncover: 1. Identify the strength and weaknesses, 2. Instrumental to conduct SWOT analysis, and 3.Plan and build strategy...

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