The career plan building activities involved responding to a series of questions related to identifying competencies, the ideal work environment, and reasoning aptitude. The most recent activity dealt with the reasoning. Based on the understanding of the results, I fell in the medium profile range indicating I am best suited for careers that use both cognitive abilities and practical skills. Further, the results suggested I prefer practical work, analytical work, or careers that combine practical skills ...view middle of the document...
The results revealed that my individual thinking styles centers on logical and practical thinking, which I find myself using most of the time instead of other styles like creative and relational. Thus far in fusing the entire career building exercises together, I have become more aware of my core competencies, often used thinking styles, and identified my preferred work culture preferences. Through the career planning exercises and the results it has helped me to understand how work is done in teams by people, knowing each other’s strengths and weaknesses, capabilities, preferences, desires, abilities, motivators, communication and thinking styles, and considerate to other viewpoints. The following adjustments I can make to my teamwork style are considering other view points, more open to change, build rapport, and learn to employ other thinking styles.
In summary, the career plan building activities assisted me, once again, to reflect deeper as it related to identifying my reasoning ability and improvements to make to better engage with others in a teamwork environment.