Personal Inventory Assessment
Likewise, I value environments that support team collaboration, engagement, and an open door management policy. That is, one where I feel comfortable discussing concerns with my manager.
I also value change as I feel that it is important to always look for more effective and innovative ways to solve problems through continuous improvement projects. Per the personal inventory assessment, I scored as having a high level of comfort when dealing with change within an organization. I also ranked as having a moderate level of creativity. With this being said, I have room to grow in my efforts to contribute to a creative work environment. On the contrary, it is sometimes challenging to be creative in a legal career setting. Lastly, in coping with stress I ranked as having below average stress management skills. I scored highest in being able to find ways to eliminate stress but lowest in coping strategies. I agree with the assessment. At times I have a poor work-life balance. This eventually ends up creating more stress in my life. I also tend to work excessively towards a goal and not take adequate time to relax and enjoy activities that would reduce my stress …show more content…
Additionally, I have been able to better understand how I contribute to overall organizational behavior, which is, “a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and structure have on behavior within organizations, for the purpose of applying such knowledge toward improving an organization’s effectiveness” (Robbins & Judge, 2009, p. 10). This assessment not only allowed me to dig deep in to my personality type; but, also reflect on the various personality types I work with. By doing this, I am able to think on a big picture perspective to work for the betterment of both my team and organization as a