Self-assessment is a process where people evaluate themselves with an aim of identifying the most important attributes about them. Self-assessment thus drives self-evaluation together with self-enhancement. As an end result of these, people are able to make improvements about the results of the assessment in order to fit management positions. In this perspective, my test scores for foundations for development is +3 which as the positive sign suggests is not bad. In order to perfect this and attain more positive response from my self-assessment, I need to perfect some aspects about me (Robbins, 2009). For instance, I need to move away from my soothe zone consecutively to be proficient to achieve more.
The other aspect I will be anticipating to employ is perfecting on my brainstorming abilities in my place of work. This will be a good point for my improvement as I will be able to apply good morals as long as communication is concerned (Schermerhorn, 2010). This will thus help me in making perfect decisions regarding the institution due to adequate consultations. This will enable both me and the organization to achieve stated goals and objectives due to effective decision making. I will also allow employees to constantly participate in the supervision of the business by consulting and informing them of any changes (Griffin, 2007). This is vital because they will feel motivated and recognized hence realization of positive results.
Finally, I am aiming at having confidence in the decisions I come up with as this will enable easy attainment of goals. With confidence about my decisions, even the strategy implementation will be an easy process hence achieving of organizational goals. With all these changes, I believe that my self-assessment will improve hence being better placed in management.
Robbins, S. P. (2009). Self-assessment library 3.4: Insights into your skills, interests and abilities. Upper Saddle River, N.J: Pearson/Prentice Hall.
Schermerhorn, J. R. (2010). Management. Hoboken, N.J: Wiley.
Griffin, R. W. (2007). Fundamentals of management: Core concepts and applications. Boston, Mass: Houghton Mifflin.