Write a personal reflection that explains how you would go about managing your work priorities and professional development.
In the personal reflection you should ask and answer these questions:
1. What makes a good role model and how would I ensure that I acted as a role model for employees I supervise?
2. What are the traits of an effective leader? Do I have these traits? How would I develop these traits?
3. How would I ensure that my work goals and plan reflect the organisation’s goals and plans?
4. How would I ensure that I meet my job responsibilities?
5. How would I measure and maintain my personal performance?
6. How would I prioritise work?
7. How would I use technology to organise and manage my work?
8. How would I ensure that I maintained a work/ life balance?
9. How would I ensure that my personal knowledge and skills meet required competency standards?
10. How would I determine my developmental needs?
11. What is my personal learning style and how would I ensure that I took advantage of learning opportunities?
12. How would I gather feedback from others about my personal performance and how would I use this feedback to improve my competence?
13. How would I use networks to increase my knowledge, gain new skills and develop relationships?
14. How would I ensure that I acquired new skills to maintain my competitive edge?
A personal reflection should be written in the first person, for example, ‘To measure my personal performance I would...’
A reflection paper cites your reactions, feelings and analysis of a topic in a more personal way than in a formal research or analytical essay. Like any other paper or essay, it should be cohesive and refer directly to the course content but do not simply summarise what you have read or done. A reflection paper should be as organised as any other type of formal essay. Include an introduction, and summarise the conclusions you came to during the process.
The reflection should be approximately 3000 words in