used for grading purposes. Remember that this time your IP teammates gave you feedback for developmental purposes. When they evaluate you next, at the end of the term, that data will be used as an input for your professors’ determination of your grades. Based on what you’ve learned about yourself, and what you’ve learned about how your IP teammates perceive you (perhaps in comparison to how others see you), what is your plan for how to finish out this semester for maximum effectiveness within your IP team? What do you want to continue doing? Is there anything these data suggest you need to improve upon, stop doing, or start doing? Are you misunderstood in any way? Is there anything you can do to help the project – and your teammates – further benefit from your unique set of strengths? If your action plan earlier in the worksheet was set in the IP team context, choose a different area(s) to talk about here or otherwise expand upon what was said before. Do not just repeat what you said above. 7. What are the implications of what you’ve learned through this report for your choice of major and career goals and plans ? Based on what you’ve learned about yourself, which major(s), careers, industries, types of jobs, or types of organizations do you imagine would be a good (or bad) fit for you? Why? Consider your personality, your values, as well as feedback on your strengths and weaknesses – and especially your key strength and key weakness. Does what you’ve learned help reinforce pre-existing plans (and perhaps help develop the related pitches you
on and speaking publicly. However, I want to pursue a career as a Human Resource Specialist so I definitely need to develop my strengths a might make to get yourself hired/assigned to key roles and projects)? Is what you’ve learned encouraging you to refine your plans or your “self-pitches” in any way?
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