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Human Relations in Admin: Jungian Typology and Productivity

Updated on July 18, 2015

1.Recap the results you achieved on each assessment.

2.Did anything surprise you? Did you share any of the results with family or friends?

3.What did you learn about yourself as a learner from doing the assessment, and how will you incorporate this into the rest of this course and the remainder of your education?

Jungian Typology

I found both of the assessments very interesting; I personally found the productivity test to be more enlightening. For the Jungian Typology test my results told me that I have an ISFJ personality and that I have a strong preference of introversion over extraversion, a slight preference of sensing over intuition, a moderate preference of feeling over thinking, and a moderate preference of judging over perceiving. After seeing how well this test judged my personality I immediately emailed the link and my results to my family so that they could see how well the test judged my personality and so that they could try the test as well. This test did not really teach me much about myself because I already knew most of what the test told me about my personality. The main thing I did learn about myself is that that there are other people who share my personality. This was an important find for me because I always thought that I was just shy; I did not think that it was a real element of my personality. I also learned that my introvert personality coupled with my high work ethic and loyalty may cause me to become underappreciated in a work environment. Learning this makes me feel that I should try to be less introverted so that I do not get stuck into being taken advantage of in my future work place; to this end I plan to work on being able to delegate to other people instead of undertaking everything myself. I plan to incorporate this knowledge into the rest of my education by attempting to be less introverted, to this end I plan to attempt to interact more with people and to participate more in group work; I also plan to take a public speaking course to help me feel more comfortable talking with other people.

1.Recap the results you achieved on each assessment.

2.Did anything surprise you? Did you share any of the results with family or friends?

3.What did you learn about yourself as a learner from doing the assessment, and how will you incorporate this into the rest of this course and the remainder of your education?

Productivity

Out of the two tests the productivity test provided me with the most new information about myself. I scored a 37-58 which means that while I am on the right with my productivity efforts I still have room for improvement. This surprised me because I thought that I was maximizing my productivity potential when I still have room for improvement. I honestly thought that I would get four to five stars in all of the five elements of productivity. I was surprised to learn that my best areas were attitude and information integration; while my worst areas were organization, delegation, and productive systems. After learning about which elements of productivity that I am the worst in I can create a plan on how to improve. For instance I can make an effort to keep my work areas in a set order, I can become more aware of the need to delegate, and I can work on being more of a team player. I plan to incorporate my plans to improve my productivity in this course and into the rest of my college education. I will do this by being more organized with my due dates, creating a schedule for when I should have my assignments completed, and keeping my school work more organized. This assessment has taught me that I need to take more time to evaluate myself because I thought that I was maximizing my productivity potential when I still have room for a improvement.

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