Section 1: Know Your Professional Self
“Introduction current section … Your Personality Profile … Working with Different Personality Profiles … Self-Awareness Through Feedback … Conclusion”
- Section 1: Know Your Professional Self > Subsection 2: Your Personality Profile > 220.127.116.11. Overview of Personality Profiles
- Section 1: Know Your Professional Self > Subsection 4: Self-Awareness Through Feedback > 18.104.22.168. Using Self-Evaluation
- Section 1: Know Your Professional Self > Subsection 5: Conclusion > 22.214.171.124. Revisiting the Professional You
Section 1: Know Your Professional Self > Subsection 2: Your Personality Profile > 126.96.36.199. Overview of Personality Profiles
- To help you get started, we’ve developed the Fullbridge Work Style Preferences Survey, a questionnaire that matches you with one of four personality types.
- Driven, decisive, and goal-oriented.
- They also may come across as arrogant, bossy, and inflexible.
- Ultimately, they value competence, success, and achieving concrete results above all else.
- A systematic and logical worker; they also tend to be highly organized, diplomatic, and responsible.
- They can also be cautious, seek perfection, and may struggle delegating tasks to others.
- They value accuracy, intuition, and producing high-quality work above all else.
- Often known as the “fun” coworker.
- They are friendly, charismatic, and creative individuals.
- They are highly intuitive and feelings-driven, which also means that they can be emotional and sensitive when faced with criticism or disappointment.
- Value interpersonal skills, creativity, and enthusiasm.
- Caring, nurturing, and predictable.
- Their strengths lie in their empathy and sincere desire to help others.
- However, this can turn into resentment when those around them figure out how to take advantage of their generosity.
- Ultimately, Supporters value support, loyalty, and harmony above all else.
- In the following units, you will have the opportunity to take the Fullbridge Work Style Preferences Survey.
Section 1: Know Your Professional Self > Subsection 4: Self-Awareness Through Feedback > 188.8.131.52. Using Self-Evaluation
- Why is it helpful for an employer to know how you view your own performance?
- When the employer has an idea of how you see yourself, it tells your employer how you relate your goals to the company’s mission.
- Based on this alignment, your employer can determine your suitability for growth within the organization, which could include new responsibilities or roles that could translate into a promotion.
- If your self-assessment differs from your employer’s evaluation of you, this may highlight an area in which your employer can help you improve.
- If management thinks you are ready for promotion, but you don’t, this may prompt a discussion of how to strategize your career advancement.
- Your employer can inform you of your strengths and weaknesses, offer effective tips on how to improve, and give you an idea of how they see you contributing to the future successes of the company.
Section 1: Know Your Professional Self > Subsection 5: Conclusion > 184.108.40.206. Revisiting the Professional You
- Congratulations – you’ve made it through the first section! You’ve accomplished the first key step to mapping out your own career plan.
- To start, we’ll work toward improving your organizational IQ, by getting into the nitty gritty of how different organizations are structured and how that affects your work experience.