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As stated previously during the memo, the most important goal is retention, and application. Reflecting on my goals, I am still continuing to meet the objectives to reach them. Long term goals are not reached over night. In the mean time, the short term goals pertaining to the group were reached.
One can only hope that after spending much time with each other and knowing each others positions, they were taken into consideration.
Setting a goal is a lot easier then achieving it! I took a stress test early on in the year. The results said that when I undergo stress my blood pressure sky rockets.
The next assessment was that of creativity. It was also learned that while not being the most creative, I am somewhat creative. How well do i handle ambiguity, was the next assessment.
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The average on a scale from 16 and is forty five. I scored eight higher, which goes to show that I can handle 7. This is helpful today as our society is very dynamic, hardly anything stays static anymore.
The fourth assessment dealt with organizational culture. Knowing that I am a bit more humanistic that the average person and that I might be fit more for a small business, or advertising is great in my mind.
A small business is a step to a big firm, which lets me know that my goals might be easier attained then thought. Finally the last assessment deals with how well I manage impressions.
According to the average of managers from fortune companies my scores show that I might brag a tiny bit more then I should, I tend to ingratiate, be more exemplificative a lot more then most, I am less intimidating then most, and I supplicate a bit more then most.
My scores seem to reflect my personality, I believe I may give people to much leverage, and let people take advantage of me in order to cope with the team. I have noticed this in the past, and have tried to overcome it, but maybe now after examining myself and obtaining more proof I can solve this problem.
Cornerstone Team Our team had the opportunity to interact with children and animals. This helped some of our members to; overcome fear or rejection, receive empathy, have dependability and reliability.
One of our challenges was schedules. There were two of us who were taking nine or more credit hours and two of us who worked granted I fell into both categories so it was even more difficult to work around me.The Microsoft Security Response Center is part of the defender community and on the front line of security response evolution.
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Form and Structure of Business Letters 1. Form 2. Structure 3. Addressing Envelopes Ⅱ.