The Self-Managed Development Pocketbook (Management Pocket by Fiona Elsa Dent, Fiona E Dent

By Fiona Elsa Dent, Fiona E Dent

The individual's position in self-managed improvement: elevating self-awareness (through abilities audits, functionality reports and SWOT), reviewing self-perceptions (to bring up wisdom of latest probabilities) and, eventually, motion making plans (setting targets and measuring dedication and motivation)

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52 SELF-ANALYSIS RAISING SELF-AWARENESS There are many different ways of raising self-awareness through self-analysis. Some quite simple ways are: ● SWOT analysis ● Current job analysis ● Questionnaire completion: - self-assessment of skills or competences - personality questionnaires - questionnaires which focus on particular skill areas (for instance, how you deal with conflict, how you influence, what your team type is, how you learn, etc) ● Performance review ● Discussions with colleagues to gain feedback 53 SELF-ANALYSIS SWOT ANALYSIS SWOT analysis involves a process of examining your Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats in relation to either your personal or career development.

You should note down the answers in your learning log. ’. 50 S E L F - A N A LY S I S 51 SELF-ANALYSIS RAISING SELF-AWARENESS The process of self-analysis involves you in a wide variety of different possibilities and opportunities for raising self-awareness. The idea here is to gather sufficient information in order to make effective decisions about future objectives for your self-managed development. By examining your current range of strengths, weaknesses, skills and competences, you will gain a clearer idea of ‘who you are’ and ‘what you’ve got’.

Which tasks are regarded as important by either the organisation or your boss? Indicate this on the tree by the task, again indicating degree in some way. ● Looking at each of the tasks, how effective or skilled are you at them? Use a symbol to indicate the degree and annotate your tree. ● Now indicate where you need to develop by drawing a circle around the area. ● Finally, indicate if a particular area of your job needs developing by circling it in a different colour. You should now have a complete job tree that represents your current job.

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