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Week 2: Self-Assessment

There are FOUR parts to the Self-Assessment.

Part 1: Reflect on your results from the self-assessment exercises you’ve done from the textbook, as well as others you might have done in the past, and complete the table below. Review current or past jobs to identify your transferable skills. Develop an inventory of your most marketable career-related skills (minimum 15), instances where you have demonstrated these skills (minimum three), and the core values you want your work to reflect (minimum five). Take into consideration the traits employers are seeking, including technical and transferable skills and general abilities. (30 POINTS)

SELF-ASSESSMENT EXERCISES & MY RESULTS
I completed the following assessments/inventories as part of myself-assessment activities:

1. Marketing Readiness Quiz

2.Self-Awareness Checklist

3. Ability Checklist

4.Transfreable Skills Checklist

5. Work environment and Life Preferences

6. Self-Assessment Summary Sheet

 

My most marketable career-related skills are . . . (minimum 15)(Remember to include technical and transferable skills on this list!)

1. Analyze data

2. Find information

3. Coordinate activities

4. Communicate

5. Develop

6. Lead people

7. Encourage

8. Correspond

9. Learn quickly

10. Evaluate

11. Listen

12. Mediate problem

13. Negotiate

14. Plan

15.Observe

 

 

Examples of instances where I have demonstrated these skills include . . . (minimum 3)

1. Supervisory – At a bank I used to work at I was an individual broker and part my obligations where to manage the representatives’ work on the teller line by verifying they were mindful of the present advancements we were running and that they were specifying the proper ones to every client.

 

2. Selling – I used to work for RadioShack and some piece of our wages originated from commissions on offers of mobile phones. I turned out to be better than average at offering telephones in light of the fact that I immediately realized all components and advantages every organization and telephone arrangement offered that way I had the capacity give the best answer for every client searching for wireless administration.

 

3. Computer Use – Throughout my work experience I have needed to figure out how to function with distinctive projects for instance at Fifth Third Bank we used to utilize a Windows based system which permitted us to scan for client data by writing in diverse hunt criteria. Presently I work with system called Tax Wise, which is utilized for government form arrangement. I have been to learn and utilize these projects rapidly and proficiency.

 

Core values I want my work to reflect are . . . (minimum 5)

1. Harmony in the middle of work and individual life

 

2. Steady routine of honesty/morals

 

3. Having pride in my work

 

4. Adding to society

 

5. Proficient improvement and constant learning and development

Part 2: Describe your ideal job. (20 POINTS)

MY IDEAL JOB
In my ideal job, I would be . . . (state what you see yourself doing as part of your ideal job)

I would like to say that my ideal job is to be analysis the international market and businesses because we all know that there is plenty of opportunity available surrounding us, I want to utilize my knowledge and also I want to learn more about the different possibilities for the business and I also like to meet different people who already make their business very good at overseas I like to be human analyst who can understand behavior of the people and find out the way to greet them to enhance more knowledge and by this way I can survive my business at international level.

 

 

 

 

 

Part 3: Identify your one-, two-, and five-year career goals, create a list of possible employers of choice in your career field (minimum 3),possible job titles for your one-, two-, and five-year goals (one for each goal), and current salary ranges for those job titles. (30 POINTS)

CAREER GOALS
Career Goals Potential Employers (minimum 3) Possible Job Titles (minimum 3) Current Salary Ranges (for each job title)
My one-year career goal is . . .(state your goal here)

I will finish my Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and I would like to offer international business.

Customer base Growth

As of now: 500

One Year: 900

 

Employee Growth

As of now: 3 Fulltime, 3 Seasonal

One Year: 4 Fulltime, 4 Seasonal

 

Annual Revenue

Currently: $ 50,000

One Year: $ 75,000

My two-year career goal is . . . (state your goal here)

Begin working towards Master’s degree in international business.

Customer base Growth

As of now: 900

One Year: 1300

Employee Growth

As of now: 4 Fulltime, 4 Seasonal

One Year: 4 Fulltime, 5 Seasonal

 

 

Annual Revenue

Currently: $ 75,000

One Year: $ 100,000

My five-year career goal is . . . (state your goal here)

Obtain a managerial/higher level position in Export and import Business

Customer base Growth

As of now: 1300

One Year: 2000

 

Employee Growth

As of now: 4Fulltime, 5 Seasonal

One Year: 5 Fulltime, 8 Seasonal

 

 

Annual Revenue

Currently: $ 100,000

One Year: $ 180,000

Part 4: Provide a summary of what you have learned about yourself and the characteristics of your dream job as a result of the reflection and research you have done as part of this assignment (minimum 100 words). (20 POINTS)

MY LEARNINGS
I have discovered that I am ready to showcase myself well yet I do need to make a few enhancements particularly when requesting a vocation or business I should be more certain and impart better. I truly loved the capacity evaluation on the grounds that it helped me to distinguish my most grounded capacities like inducing, offering and arranging. At last I took in the most critical part of my workplace, for example, acting naturally utilized, working with others, and performing an assortment of obligations.

 

 

Grading Rubric: Self-Assessment

Component Points
Part 1: Award full credit if all sections meet minimum requirements. Deduct up to 20 points depending on how incomplete the responses are. No points awarded if the section is not completed. Deduct up to 5 points for spelling and grammatical errors. 30
Part 2: Award full credit if the ideal job is described sufficiently. Deduct up to 10 points for incomplete responses. No points awarded if the section is not completed. Deduct up to 5 points for spelling and grammatical errors. 20
Part 3: Award full credit if all sections meet minimum requirements. Deduct up to 20 points depending on how incomplete the responses are. No points awarded if the section is not completed. Deduct up to 5 points for spelling and grammatical errors. 30
Part 4: Award full credit if the student has provided a reflective summary of their learning. Deduct up to 10 points if the response is incomplete. No points awarded if the section is not completed. Deduct up to 5 points for spelling and grammatical errors. 20
TOTAL POINTS 100

 

 

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