Self-Reflection Elsie Sieberg
A Brief Summary of my Career Assessments
My Top Matching Career Areas Included:
My Career Cluster Areas
Business Management and Administration:
Business administration is a wide field that incorporates many types of management positions. From major corporations to independent businesses, every operation needs skilled administrators with communication skills in order to succeed.
Human services is an interdisciplinary and applied social science that involves the study of social technologies, service technologies, and social innovations. You need to be a good listener, like to help and care for others and be able to work with individuals and families.
Health science helps promote health and wellness or diagnose and treat injuries and disease. You could work directly with people and you must enjoy helping and caring for people.You must be exact in following instructions and be observant and enjoy science.
my key Interest Areas- CSE
My Key Interest Areas Include: CSE
C- Conventional people are people who like work activities that follow set procedures and routines. They enjoy working with data and detail and they do well with clear authority and rules.
S- Social people like work activities that assists others and promote learning and personal development. They like to communicate for their jobs more than work with objects, machines or data.
E- Enterprising people are good at persuading people and being leaders who make big decisions. They like taking risks for profit and they prefer action rather than thought.
Careers I would consider include:
- Financial Counselor/ Advisor
- Credit Analyst
- Financial Manager
My Personality Traits
My Personality Traits include: E (Extravert) S (Sensing) F (Feeling) J (Judging)
Careers I would consider include: Social Worker, Child Care, Administrator
My Strongest Skill Areas
My Strongest Skill Areas Include: Flexibility, Assisting/Caring, Budgeting, Speaking, Analyzing
Careers I would consider include: Administrative services Managers, Human Resources Specialists, Financial Counselors, Credit Counselors
My Work Value Locator
My Important Work Value Locator includes: Relationships,Working Conditions, Recognition, Support and Achievement
Careers I would consider based on my values include: Financial Manager, Financial Analyst, Child Care, Social Worker, Administrative Services Manager
What I learned About Myself
By completing the assessments I learned the following about myself:
I learned that I find relationships with my coworkers and people I associate with rather important, and I know that if I have conflicts with people I work with in the future, that I will most likely go to resolve them before looking for new employment or other options. I also learned that I really enjoy helping people, I guess I've always known I find satisfaction in that, but I hope to find a career that can help me fulfill those needs.