Individual Behavior and motivation. Management Coursework (Coursework Sample)
Visit the following websites and complete the self-assessments:
Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire: http://www(dot)engr(dot)ncsu(dot)edu/learningstyles/ilsweb.html
Wiley Schermerhorn: Management: http://higheredbcs(dot)wiley(dot)com/legacy/college/schermerhorn/0471454761/assessments/SA_Ch_02.html. Take the "Emotional Intelligence" assessment.
Jung Typology Test: http://www(dot)humanmetrics(dot)com/cgi-win/JTypes1.htm
Name one significant lesson that you discovered about your learning style, emotional intelligence, and personality by taking these assessments. Using this information, what step(s) do you plan to take to become a more effective manager? I only need 150 words
Questionnaire Results for Glender Allen:
• Reflective: 1
• Sensing: 5
• Visual: 1
• Sequential: 5
What do my results mean?
According to the model on which the ILS is based, there are four dimensions of learning style, with each dimension having two opposite categories (such as active and reflective). The reported score for a dimension indicates your preference for one category or the other.
If your score for a dimension is 1 or 3, you are fairly well balanced on the two categories of that dimension, with only a mild preference for one or the other.If your score for a dimension is 5 or 7, you have a moderate preference for one category of that dimension. You may learn less easily in an environment that fails to address that preference at least some of the time than you would in a more balanced environment.
If your score for a dimension is 9 or 11, you have a strong preference for one category of that dimension. You may have difficulty learning in an environment that fails to address that preference at least some of the time.
We suggest that you print this page, so that when you look at the explanations of the different dimensions you will have a record of your preferences. When you close the page the information cannot be retrieved.
For explanations of the dimensions and implications of your preferences, click here.
For more information about learning styles and the Index of Learning Styles, click here.
Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test™
Extravert(1%) iNtuitive(19%) Thinking(25%) Judging(62%)
• You have marginal or no preference of Extraversion over Introversion (1%)
• You have slight preference of Intuition over Sensing (19%)
• You have moderate preference of Thinking over Feeling (25%)
• You have distinct preference of Judging over Perceiving (62%)
How Do You Want to Leverage The Type?
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Self- awareness- 82
Managing Emotions- 59
Self- Motivation- 39
Relating well- 131
Emotional Mentoring- 8
Individual Behavior and Motivation
Individual Behavior and Motivation
One of the most significant aspects I noted about my learning styles is the moderate preference for sequential and sensing learning styles. Based on the model, I prefer a learning environment that allows me to apply concrete and practical thinking, often relating to facts. My sequential preference over global learning implies that I thrive in an environment that encourages orderly and linear thinking.
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