The Importance Of Intrapersonal Effectiveness

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Introduction
It is crucial that in order for myself to reach my ultimate career goal of becoming a Human Resources Manager in a large firm, that I personally develop myself to be especially rich in intrapersonal, interpersonal and organizational effectiveness. These skills play a critical role in all businesses in today’s society REFERENCE. Firstly, I must understand the prominence these skills have within the workplace and develop myself in order to succeed in the future.

This portfolio will assess my intrapersonal effectiveness, through use of the Big Five Dimensions of Personality: NEO IPIP Test. The results of these five dimensions will be carefully assessed, with reference to my strengths and weaknesses within the five areas. SMART goals
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These are the life skills we all use in some form each day, to communicate and interact with other people, whether it is individually or in group format. Employers often seek to hire staff with 'strong interpersonal skills '. This is due to the fact that employers want people who will work well in a team and are able to communicate effectively with colleagues, customers and clients.

I have chosen to focus my attention to my personality traits through the International Personality Item Pool (NEO IPIP), which is a measure of traits from the Big 5 Dimensions of Personality. Conducting this test will allow me to reveal my positioning in the five dimensions of personality. This will assist me in gaining a better understanding of my personality traits through assessing my individual strengths and weaknesses, before making goals in relation to how I can improve in areas where attention is required.

2.1 The Big Five Dimensions of
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This involves making goals that follow the SMART criteria of being specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and timely.

To improve my emotional intelligence in the short term, it is important that I immediately begin to make changes in relation to how I make decisions on a daily basis. I need to ensure I avoid judging others, and instead ‘put myself in their shoes’. I also need to stay calm in stressful situations and take the time to understand the problem or problems occurring and stay in control of my emotions. These attributes I am working on are both highly valued in industry, and especially given my aim to work as a Human Resources Manager. My goal for 12 months time is to improve my Emotional Intelligence to a score of 20. To rate well in this area, I am putting myself closer towards achieving my desired job role. To enhance my chances of developing in this area, I plan on undertaking a business orientated leadership course to boost my skills and experiences of working with others, and ultimately making me a better person and manager for the

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