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The concept of the self-assessment is a portrayal of own personality where the individual is able to assess his or her behaviour, treatment to others in certain cases. According to many critics it is also a process to look at the important aspects of one’s identity (?ukuši?, Gara?a & Jadri?, 2014). The paper is focused in the business analysis of mine as a leader and along with that it will also describes the impact of reflexive and reflective practice in self-development.
There are five important aspects of my personality which aligns with the necessary aspects of personality of a true leader. The first one in that case will be “Significance”. I do feel that my personality reflects that I feel better whether others recognises me and that is instrumental from the point of a leader as that will make my task easy in influencing others with my leadership. I usually try to find out each and every fault and I significantly focus in solving those issues then and there. It helps me to reduce the amount of impurity related to my leadership when I try to lead others at adverse situation. Being a leader it is significantly important to link each and every possible incidents from the series of events and from there a quality leader will accumulate the positives in order to implement them in his or her leadership. My personal assessment reflects that I believe that every incident has a reason for occurrence. It is significantly important for a leader to think of other’s situation by imagining himself or herself at his or her place. My personality defines that I am a kind of a person who puts myself into the spot of the others in order to understand their current situation or condition and that helps me to analyse them better. Such an analysis is always instrumental in providing a quality leadership to the followers. My personality also aligns with the individualization aspect where it is evident that I do have the capability to assess other’s quality and with the knowledge of those unique capabilities, I am able to find out the way of integrating those unique capabilities which will result in collaboration of those different individuals in productive works. The order of these aspects in my personality will be like
The reflective practice is an important tool for me in order reflect one’s actions in a process of continuous learning (Lane et al., 2014). Reflective practice is a method in which I will be able to learn from my own professional experiences. An individual gains important insights from his or her own emotions, actions and responses from the reflective practice.
The reflexive practice forces me to the cause and effect theory (Hibbert et al., 2014). This bidirectional concept is significantly helpful for me in order assess the cause of an incident and the effect of that particular event (Hibbert & Cunliffe, 2015). Apart from this the method is significantly influential in leaning the consequence of any event and the return of the action as well. The reflexive practice is a loop concept combining the cause and he effect and that is helpful for in order to analyze any given incident or event.
On a concluding note it can be said that the assessment will help me to observe the drawbacks of my own personality so that I can improve myself on those sections and along with that it will also help me to assess my own personality in a better way. This will help me in portraying my personality to others.
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