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Now, you have the results of all your self-assessment tests for Module 6.

Next, you are to write a 3-4 page, double-spaced, reflection essay for this module based on your scores in each of the self-assessment tests from this Module 6. Keep in mind that this module is about communication, coaching and conflict skills. Take a look at Chapter SIX for additional information regarding this self-assessment test.

The responses for the self-assessment tests should be written using a combination of the “assert and defend” style in a five-paragraph essay. Think like a lawyer. Assert an argument or thesis AND prove or defend it. (See more detail in “Instructions on Self-Assessment Tests and Reflection Essays”)

Make at least one assertion about the meaning(s) of each of the self-assessment tests to you ( a total of at least THREE assertions for this essay) and support them with examples. Write a convincing case that presents a strong defense for each of your arguments.

Remember to use appropriate references to support your work. Please follow the APA format in all writing in this course.

SELF-ASSESSMENT ONE: LISTENING SKILLS
Generally speaking, the higher your score, the better your listening skills.

ANALYSIS:

Do you have good listening skills? Explain your response. This is a leadership area where everyone has room for improvement. What could you be doing to make yourself a better listener?

Explain in more detail the meaning of these scores to you. Take a look at Chapter Six for additional information regarding this self-assessment test. Make at least one assertion about the meaning(s) of this self-assessment test to you and support them with example(s). Write a convincing case that presents a strong defense for your argument.

OR, if you would prefer not to do the above analysis, then, SUBSTITUTE the following analysis with additional details for completion.

NOTE: If FIVE people you talk with regularly were to answer these 15 questions about you, would they have the same responses that you selected? To find out, have FIVE current and/or past managers, co-workers, instructors, other students in the course who know you, parents, siblings, and/or other friends fill out the questions with you in mind rather than themselves. Then, compare their answers to your answers. Place the information in a table containing the following information: NAME OF PERSON, RELATIONSHIP TO PERSON, TIME KNOWN THIS PERSON, HIS/HER ANSWERS, and YOUR ANSWERS. Did you receive any “qualitative” comments from any of these individuals that you would like to include? In a short paragraph, explain whether or not the similarities and/or the differences in the multiple sets of answers surprised you.

SELF-ASSESSMENT TWO: YOUR PERSONALITY TRAITS AND COMMUNICATION, FEEDBACK, COACHING, AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STYLE

ANALYSIS:

Based on your personality, what specific things can you and will you do to improve your communication, feedback and coaching, and conflict management style? Explain your short-term (over the next year) action plan for each of the three areas. Use a table format with at least one improvement (for each of the three areas) and the associated steps for implementation.

SELF-ASSESSMENT THREE: DETERMINING YOUR PREFERRED COMMUNICATION STYLE

ANALYSIS:

Explain in more detail the meaning of these scores to you. Take a look at Chapter Six for additional information regarding this self-assessment test. Make at least one assertion about the meaning(s) of this self-assessment test to you and support them with example(s). Write a convincing case that presents a strong defense for your argument.

When submitting responses to the Self-Assessment Tests, be sure to name your file accordingly, i.e., M6_SAT_Responses_lastname.docx