Pearson Prentice Hall Personality Analysis
The five-factor model personality assessment provided by the Prentice Hall Self-Assessment Library describe my personality demission as Extroversion, Agreeable, Conscientiousness, Emotional Stability, and open to experience (E.A.C.E.O) (Robbins, S.P., & Judge, T.A., 2008). My Jungian personality test assessed me as an ENFP. And, my category …show more content…
I hold my values high especially when it comes to following the word of Jesus Christ. Luke 6:13 states “And as you wish that others would do to you, do so to them”. I live by this whenever I see someone in need or finding myself in a position to offer assistance to someone in need I always take the extra initiative to go above and beyond to help. My husband tends to say “I see why you are blessed and always receiving something because, you do well at helping people”. Helping and giving advice is just something that I enjoy …show more content…
For example, I can quickly create great ideas but working as a publicist is not something that I would consider myself working as. I do agree that I could work as a research assistant or conflict resolution mediator could be great career choices for me.
Change and Stress
My traits state that I experience high stress in the way that I look at life and should consider identifying stress management techniques to prevent me from having a heart attack.
Step 2 & 3
I have learned a lot about myself. Many of the results were eye openers and will help me in my future at Capital One. I now understand that my personal behavior traits can greatly influence the overall organizational behavior within my team (Fischer, K. 2006).
This assignment has also gave me a better perspective on how my attitude might come across to others. My husband and I have recently gave our life back to Christ and I can say since doing so I have definitely witnessed a change in both myself and my husband. Prior to making the commitment to Christ I would react without thinking, and take people for what I thought of them to be and not for who they were. I really had to sit back and understand the quote found in Matthew’s 7 which states “Judge not, that ye be not judged”. I have really taken this quote serious because I dislike when I am misjudge. The bible states to treat others as I would want to be treated so moving forward,