Interpreting the Diagnosis Through Self-Reflection: Findings from Self-Assessment Instruments
5 Pages Posted: 14 May 2015 Last revised: 9 Jun 2015
Date Written: May 13, 2015
A growing strategy in the post-modern research era is the utilization of self-reported perceptions of oneself and capabilities in relation to other metrics to draw associativity to draw conclusions. The field of emotional intelligence has been assessed through countless research studies and has found to have positive effects and projections for ones anticipated success. In response to the literature, research was conducted across six different self-assessment measures and compared with previous and current behaviors through self-reflection. This findings fall in line with literature and through the self-reflection provided personal validation and support for self-change.
Keywords: Self-Assessment, Leadership Branding, Leadership, Strategy, Human Capital
JEL Classification: M12
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