ustrated with other’s different ways of learning and working. Having team players in a business/ office environment are important are well o a career in a managerial position and I need to have the ability to make major decisions without worrying whether or not the decision was the 3a. Provide an initial statement about one behavioral strength that you think is important for you to further utilize in your career and/or develop . The strength you focus on need not be the one that is, for instance, the highest rated area or item, or the one with the smallest self-other rating gap. Pick something that you realize you could further hone that you care about and like about yourself . Our only request is that you not target a personality characteristic or work value. Personality and values are best used as important background to consider as potential root drivers of more concrete and specific behaviors. For example, if you thought you wanted to talk about Conscientiousness, maybe instead target more the more specific area of Motivating Self. This answer may only be one sentence. 3b. Which data points from the report/project (ratings, comments, other information) highlight this strength, and what do such data tell you about what you are concretely doing to demonstrate this strength? You will want to provide specific data to help identify exactly what specific behaviors you are doing effectively. Look closely at related item statistics, from multiple areas of the report. Be sure to be explicit about the numbers and/or quotes you are drawing on and include them here. Item means, standard deviations, differences in scores across rater categories, comparisons with class averages, etc. may all be relevant. Part of this project is about demonstrating that you have analytical skills and can meaningfully interpret various kinds of data and use it to bolster your logic. This answer should be significant in length. 3c. Whydoes this perceived strength exist?Or why do people perceive it to exist? Where have the behaviors – or perceptions – come from? What are the root causes driving the behaviors ortheperceptions? Consider (and cite) data about your personality, values, and/or other item scores about related behaviors in your explanation. Also think about the role of social context. How might your perceived weaknesses/strengths reflect the situations in which people have observed you? 3d. What are the potential benefits of doing more with this strength? How might further use of it or further development here affect how others see you? How will it affect your ability to achieve your goals? In other words, why might you want to focus on drawing this strength out further? Feel free to discuss how this strength could affect your life/work and/or other people’s perceptions of
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