Self-awareness_and_Feedback

Self-awareness_and_Feedback - Done by Tarik Alafif and Lin...

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Done by Tarik Alafif and Lin Deng Date: April/12/2010
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± Do you know about yourself? ² Food ² Book ± Profoundly? ² Work ² Job ² Interests ² Example of my roommate
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± Sometimes, we cannot realize what we dislike, until we feel unhappy about certain situation of the work ± Already start, cannot stop, escape ± o we need to understand ourselves So we need to understand ourselves ± Example
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± “Is the awareness of the self as a separate from the thoughts that are occurring at any point in time”
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± Helps you to know: 1. What you want 2. Your weaknesses and strength he improvement you want to make 3. The improvement you want to make 4. Your beliefs and values 5. Etc.
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You Talk about yourself To another person who You hear yourself Gives you Feedback crease in Self- Increase in Self awareness
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± Myers-briggs type indicator (MBTI) ² a questionnaire designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions ² explain similarities and differences between people
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± Myers-briggs type indicator (MBTI) ² Main postulate: people have inborn behavior tendencies and preferences à Your natural response in daily situations à Could be defined as those behaviors you often don’t notice used globally in both education and corporate ² Is used globally in both education and corporate settings; over 2 million people each year
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± sorts psychological differences into four opposite pairs, or dichotomies , with a resulting 6 possible psychological types 16 possible psychological types. ± Dichotomies ti ² E xtraversion I ntroversion ² S ensing i N tuition inking eling ² T hinking F eeling ² J udgment P erception ferred to by an abbreviation of four letters ± referred to by an abbreviation of four letters ² ESTJ - Extraversion, Sensing, Thinking, Judgment FP troversion iNtuition Feeling Perception ² INFP - Introversion, iNtuition, Feeling, Perception
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± Most people who prefer Extraversion : ² Prefer to communicate by talking
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