PERSONAL SKILLS - SELF DIAGNOSTICS
1) Personal SWOT analysis.
· Confident - I feel that I am a very confident person, in a number of different aspects. I'm confident when presenting to a large crowd, confident in my academic ability, aswell as confident in putting my ideas across to another.
· Sociable - I am a very sociable person, and like to be around friends alot of the time. I am easy to get along with, and believe that people enjoy my company. I like to go out and socialise and play football on weekends with friends.
· Approachable - I am a very approachable person, my friends know they are able to come to me for anything, from advice for personal issues, to help with work.
· Caring - I am an
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· Work experience - working in the business sector helps me greatly in this course and gives me vital experience for my future career. · Independance - living away from family, gives me great independance. give me the start i need, i have to start doing alot more things for myself, something which i never previously had to do. · Working in a team - engage with team members to provided feedback about myself, can learn more about me · Learn - Learn from others who are in the same role as me, but from different backgrounds and experienced different things in life. Learn about business and the world to further myself in my future career. · Tutors - the tutors on this course provided a different view of business than my previous teachers, they have experienced university life and treat you as an adult, which in turn will make me work harder to achieve my degree.# · Start to achieving goals/dreams - by completing this course you learn valuable lessons that will put you on the way to achieving your goals in your career. e.g you just dont learn about textbook topcs, you partake in employability and information mamagement lectures which are both vital aspects in getting a business related job. · Strengths - i believe the strengths that i possess provide me with a great oppurtunity to succeed in the future. Threats. · External threats - as i