As a leader is it important to know and own up to your strengths and weaknesses. Armed with this information one can build up their strengths and work towards eliminating their weaknesses. For myself, I asked friends to verify what my strengths and weaknesses are. This is what we agreed upon: my strengths include being personable and friendly, and a good listener; for my weaknesses I do not know when to say no, and my use of sarcasm may offend people who do not know me well. There are a few things that I can do to learn to say no, and to reduce my sarcasm when it comes to new people.
My strengths and weaknesses make want to become a better writer hopefully this class will help. I 've never been a good writer but then again not everyone is, my strengths push me and weaknesses pull me back but only with practice and help will the weaknesses be vanished. Being able to know what to write but not know how to piece it together is a huge weakness. When I get an essay prompt and it 's time to type I know what I 'm going to writing about and how it. My form and structure are not always the best.
Feeling like you belong increase your willingness to do more activities. It inspires you to have a more positive attitude. You do more interesting things when you are comfortable around others and motivated. As I become more open-minded it allows for the flourishing of empathy that creates the conception of me being confrontational.
Personal Strengths and Weaknesses What are my personal strengths and weaknesses? When I think about this question, the first thing that comes to mind is a job interview. I, like most people, find this simple question to be the most stressful moment of any interview. I want to give an answer that is imaginative but does not give the interviewer a bad impression of myself. In this paper, I will describe my strengths and weaknesses as I would to a job interviewer.