Self-Actualizing 12 o’clock position: The Self-Actualizing scale measures a way of thinking that results in the highest form of personal fulfillment. I scored on the high range. And according to the results I tend to have a great deal of confidence in myself and in my ability to make things better. My healthy outlook can positively influence my personal development, relationships, and effectivness at work. I am able to determine what situation requires and act to improve it. Because I tend to be a person of principle, in my ability to make things better. While I may feel temporarily guilty over things I could have prevented, negative situations don't tend to worry me to a great extent. I use my available resources well, and make the most of any situation. While I can become fully involved in projects that interest me, I tend to leave situations I don't find as satisfying: my motivation to do something comes completely from within. I have many interests, and are open to new people and experiences. Others typically admire my confidence, spontaneity, and the joy I experience in simply living. To become more self – actualized it suggests me to accept others with fewer conditions, restructure unpleasant tasks to make them more enjoyable, make it a point to do the things I enjoy regularly, see problems as opportunities for growth and development, live each day in the present and know myself. And the benefits I will gain when I am more self actualized is greater professional success, enhanced creativity and ability to be innovative,stronger acceptance of myself and others, the ability to set and act on personal goals, greater flexibility and adaptiveness, improved perspective and judgment, openness to new experiences, increased satisfaction and happiness and the ability to relax and enjoy myself.
The Humanistic-Encouraging 1 o’clock position: The Humanistic-Encouraging scale measures our interest in people, our tendency to care about others, and our ability to encourage them to improve. I scored on the medium range closer to the higher range. And according to the survey I tend to often demonstrate concern for others and can be supportive of them. Because I generally try to encourage people in their efforts to improve, others probably see me as inspirational. I recognize the value of positive feedback and frequently use it as a motivator. To become more Humanistic- Encourging it suggests met o think about qualities I admire in someone who was in some way responsible for my growth and development, increase my interest in those around me, solicit ideas and feedback, learn to accept people for who they are, put myself in someone else's place.The benefits would be improved ability to lead, manage or teach, closer, more rewarding relationships, more respect for others, feelings of satisfaction derived from encouraging others, the ability to achieve higher-quality results through seeking others' input, more patience, the ability to act as a mentor to others.
Affiliative 2 o’clock position: The Affiliative scale measures our degree of commitment to forming and sustaining satisfying relationships. This style represents a need for social interaction and interpersonal contact. I scored on the high range and according to the survey results I tend to be most effective and comfortable in the company of others. I will generally strive to improve and maintain those relationships that are important to me. I value teamwork, cooperation and mutually rewarding relationships. I express my liking for a people, and because I am tactful and considerate of others' feelings, they tend to like me in return. The suggestions to become more affiliative are; to work at getting to know one person well, practice communicating effectively, communicate my sociability by smiling often, touching when appropriate, and making eye contact, learn to express my thoughts and feelings, take a motivational course or join a professional, civic or...
References: 1) Human synergistics, LSI, 2010http://www.survey-server2.com/lsiuniversity/part_menu.asp
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