New/Uncovered Skills Lessons learned about your skills, strengths, likes and dislikes How you deal with others
Big Five Personality Inventory: OCEAN Openness; Conscientiousness; Extroversion; Agreeableness; Neuroticism Myers-Briggs : Extroversion-Introversion; Sensing-Intuition; Thinking-Feeling; Judging-Perception Keirsey Temperament Sorter : Rationalist; Idealist; Guardian; Artisan. Correlates to Myers-Briggs types Extrovert: The degree to which you look outside yourself for stimulation and recharge Agreeableness: The degree to which you adjust your needs and desires to accommodate others
Integrating who you are with who the job requires you to be Your skills Your temperament What you find rewarding What you find frustrating
TTalk with peers/trusted friends DDelegate TTry something new TTake some downtime RRediscover a hobby TTake care of yourself CCraft a mission statement
Personal Professional Keep guideposts in focus Basis for decisions Force you to look at life balance Keep you focused on the bigger picture
Guiding values and principles Provides a unifying theme for all of the different roles you fill Puts you in charge of defining your life
Let the first act of every morning be to make the following resolve for the day: * I shall not fear anyone on Earth. * I shall fear only God. * I shall not bear ill will toward anyone. * I shall not submit to injustice from anyone. * I shall conquer untruth by truth. * And in resisting untruth, I shall put up with all suffering. -- Ghandi I want to be the person my dog already thinks I am. -- Unknown
What you are here to do Why you do it How you do it Who you do it for
As an art educator I will conduct myself with a positive attitude as a motivated leader in my field. I will recognize the whole child in each of my students and motivate them to explore the world through art. My perfect world is a place where each individual uses the gifts God gave them in a positive way. At Kimberly Washburn (law firm), my mission is to learn and understand my clients' needs and the external factors affecting them so that I can aggressively and professionally represent them throughout the legal process. I clearly communicate my legal knowledge and experience, thereby enabling my clients to make well-informed decisions for themselves.
I empower others to enrich their lives through volunteer service. I create volunteer opportunities and environments that foster growth, accomplishment, and a sense of fellowship and self-worth. I seek out and participate in opportunities that encourage sharing of knowledge among volunteer management practitioners to enhance the professionalism of the field. l live a life that is true to myself, not a life that is defined by others’ expectations. The power to create that life is in my own hands and I do not relinquish it to anyone else. I exercise that power with integrity, courage, honesty and gratitude. I infuse my life with laughter, forgiveness, curiosity, creativity, and compassion, and I seek to be a positive force in the lives of those I encounter along the way.
What you like about your job How a good day makes you feel Awareness of your own reactions and behavior Remembering why you do what you do Most importantly…