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ADD - OL 125 Personal Development Plan - Final Submission.docx

ADD - OL 125 Personal Development Plan - Final Submission.docx

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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN Ashley DaSilva Damasio OL-125 Human Relations in Administration May 29, 2016
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DaSilva Damasio 1 These first few weeks of my Human Relations in Administration course has allowed myself to learn new things not just about other but about myself also. Some of the weekly assignments are not so much assignments but in fact, they’re self-assessments. In order for you to choose a career and essentially start your career path, you have to know yourself. These self- assessments have done just that for me. They have opened my eyes to many things I was unaware of. Some of the self-assessments completed were, knowing your Jungian Typology, knowing how productive you are, knowing your locus of control, knowing if you are experiencing burnout, your stress scale and knowing your learning style. The first self-assessment I completed, in my opinion, was the most important. Knowing your learning style is a key in order to continue lifelong learning in any environment. I already had known I was a visual and tactile learner. However, I wasn’t aware that I can maximize my learning by doing simple things like making flash cards and using diagrams in my notes. My second assessment was finding out my Jungian Typology, which I had no idea what that was. My Jungian Typology was ISTJ (Introvert, Sensing, Thinking, and Judging). I scored seventy-nine (79) introvert, which was no surprise to me, nine (9) sensing, six (6) thinking and six (6) judging. Although there are a lot of positive qualities about being and introvert, the negative quality about being an introvert can have a huge impact on my success. The only negative quality of being an introvert is that I do not voice my opinion and needs. Sometimes I tend to overthink the smallest of situations which can be a negative for me. In my third assessment, I learned how productive I am. I scored a 54 which means I'm on the right track however I could always improve my productivity. My main goal is to ultimately improve on my time management skills and to not procrastinate with anything. My forth assessment was my Locus of Control. I scored a 30 which is moderate internal locus control.
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DaSilva Damasio 2 There are many benefits of an internal locus of control like emphasizing striving for achievement, working hardtop develop knowledge and skills and having a participative management style. However I need to be very attentive to feelings of people around me and making sure I manage my risks. My fifth assessment was the burnout test. In this assessment, I scored a 38 which is at the risk of a burnout! This test was definitely an eye opener. Knowing that I’m at the risk of a burn means there is some things I need to change about my life. Whether
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