Personal Assessment Reflection

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Taking the three assessments, it confirmed some things that I already knew about myself and some things that I did not even realize about myself. For the most part, I agreed with the assessments. In the first assessment emotional intelligence, I received a three for self-awareness; I was completely shocked by this, being that I never realized I am not self-aware of my emotions. This is quite true, because I spend majority of my time being more concerned with others feelings, making sure their okay and feeling well, while setting my feelings aside. I do realize by doing this, I sometimes have emotional break down and always wonder where they come from or how they came about. I understand why I scored an nine and a eight on social awareness and …show more content…
I have self-control and I am not easily distracted by my emotions, because I know work has to get done regardless of my emotions. I always set my emotions aside during work, because I know I have deadlines to meet and deadlines involve other people, so I get my work done without being distracted by my feelings so everything runs smoothly. The one thing I did disagree with from the assessments is I am a left hemisphere. I did not find this to be entirely true, because a left hemisphere likes to use symbols and mathematical problems, which is two things I do not enjoy doing. I do not like anything involving math and or symbols, because I am not good at either of these. On the last assessment I received the letters “ISTJ”, which I can completely agree with. Receiving these letters confirmed these things I already knew about …show more content…
Realizing my weakness made me to want to work on this aspect of my life more. I feel my weaknesses can have a major impact on me in the future. I feel it can affect my work and being a leader. One of my weakness entailed self-awareness. This is very important that I work on, because as a leader I need to be aware of my emotions so I do not have a melt down in important instances. If I am not aware of my emotions more, at any point it can affect my work ethic. It can affect my work, because I will continuously set my emotions aside, which can cause stress since I will constantly be thinking about it in the back of my mind. I also want to make sure I work on this, because as a leader this can affect my employees being that they will notice this about me. Another weakness I have is being an introvert. This is a habit I have been trying to break for a long time, but is always hard for me. I can usually break it for a while, but sometimes when I feel is too much I revert back to being an introvert. Being an introvert can come off as me being cold, but in reality I love people. Being cold is not a good thing in a organization, because it may cause me to seem unapproachable by my employees or coworkers. It can also make people feel that they cannot talk to me. Being an introvert has to do with me being shy. I’m shyer, because I tend to not be too comfortable or be myself when I do not know a person well or know

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