M2D2 Personalities and Mediation Styles(2).docx - After taking the personality test it gave descriptions of traits and general areas that make up a

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After taking the personality test, it gave descriptions of traits and general areas that make up a person's core personality (PsychCentral, 2020). The area scoring the highest was agreeableness that is "altruism, helping others, affection, friendliness" (PsychCentral, 2020). The lowest area that I received a score in was openness to experience: "originality, culture, open-minded, intellect" (PsychCentral, 2020). After taking the survey and reading the results, I think it is very much in line with my personality. In my opinion, evaluative and transformative mediation does not line well with my personality type. First, the transformative mediation would be the worst to mediate for me. The transformative mediation starts fine like facilitative, and while the process becomes more "ambitious, the process aims to transform the parties and their relationship through the process of acquiring the skills they need to make a constructive change" (Shonk, 2020, para. 5). The reasons this does not fit well are the creativity necessary to lead the parties to change and be skeptical that a change is even possible with the parties.
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