Course to evaluate the management traits of myself

Course Name:Course Code:Student:Teacher:Date:Fundamentals of business management FSEIn order to evaluate the management traits of myself I used a variety of self-assessment tests that tested preferences,values and skills. Using 10 of these tests are receiving feedback from the interpretation of these tests, I’m able to leadership skills that I need to work on in the future in order to be successful in future managing tasks.1.Emotional IntelligenceThe first assessment I tested was emotional intelligence. Looking at the scores shows that strengths for me are Relating well, Emotional mentoring and self-awareness. The weaknesses include managing emotions and self motivation. 1.Self-awareness:602.Managing emotions:333.Self-motivation:194.Relating well:925.Emotional mentoring:60All data that has been recorded for Emotional Intelligence I agree with. This chart shows that I have strengths in the emotional intelligence sector when it comes to relating and understanding people as well as understanding my own feelings, motives, and desires. However when it comes to managing these emotions including lack of motivation, I struggle.2.”What are your Managerial Assumptions?”The second assessment I took was “What Are Your Managerial Assumptions?”. This assessment shed insight into where i’m oriented in the  Douglas McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y spectrum.X=4 (66.66%)Y=2 (33.33%)The data says that I lean more towards the McGregor’s X Theory which means I assume people dislike work,lack ambition,act irresponsibly, and prefer to be led. Theory Y assumptions on the other hand say that you assume people are willing to work, like responsibility, and are self-directed and creative. I agree with the data since I strongly feel the average person does the minimum amount of work they can get away with and prefer to not take any initiative and instead be led. However I don’t fully lean in the Theory-X spectrum since I understand that there are many people out there with ambition who like to work hard and take full advantage of their skills.3. Learning TendenciesThe third assessment I took was for learning tendencies. The assessment’s goal was to provide me with the learning style that identifies me.The result of the data from the assessment says that my main learning tendency is “Assimilator”, second to “Diverger”.  For the definitions of these words refer to the text below:Assimilator: Prefer ideas and concepts to people and value logical reasoning. Good at organizing information,building models, and analyzing data.Diverger: Prefer to learn through experience and observation. Good at listening , imagining, and being sensitive to feelings. I agree with the data above since the choices i’ve made in my own life and my experiences have shown this to be true. The characteristic of a “Assimilator” has been shown by me having an interest in computer programming which strongly involves organizing classes of code, building up methods to go in clases, and analyzing the code to find sources of error. In the case of the characteristic of a “Diverger”, I have demonstrated this by being able to learn Physics concepts better when I do and see them first hand. A real life example would be when I played around with “Newton’s cradle” and i got to observe how momentum is conserved in a system.4. Time Management ProfileScore:7Maximum Possible Score:12Percentage Score: 58%The fourth assessment I took, looked for how close my behaviour matched the recommended time management guidelines. Time management is defined as the ability to use one’s time effectively or productively, especially at work. I scored 58 percent on this assessment indicating that there’s a lot of room for improvement in this skill. I’d have to say that I agree with this assessment results since I struggle with gettings projects and assignments done along with preparing for tests and don’t schedule well enough for contingencies.5. Time OrientationThe fifth assessment I took, examined whether my tendencies favoured “monochronic” or “polychronic” time orientations.Monochronic: A person who approaches time in a linear fashion with things dealt with one at a time in an orderly fashion. This person views time as a precious commodity and values punctuality and promptness.Polychronic: A person who tends to do multiple things at once, intertwining them together  in a dynamic process that considers changing circumstances. Commitments are viewed as objectives, hower capable of adjustment when necessary.Monochronic Score:29 (48%)Polychronic Score:31 (52%)The results from the assessments says that i’m around equally monochronic and polychronic. I agree with this since depending on the task at hand I view time differently. For example if  i’m working on some math problems, i’m oriented monochronically since i’m focuses on just getting the problems done and nothing else. On the other hand if i’m working on a computer science project, I spend a lot of time thinking of how i’ll approach and structure the program without worrying much about getting a certain number of lines of code a day.6.Your Intuitive AbilityThe sixth assessment’s purpose was to measure a general impression of my strength in intuition. Intuition is defined as the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning.Score:7Maximum Possible Score:12Percentage Score: 58%The interpretation of the assessment would be that a large part of my decision making is analytical although a small leading majority is still intuitive. I’d have to agree since most decisions I make are done using intuition however, for a lot of the larger decisions I rely on traditional analytical techniques. 7. AssertivenessThe seventh assessment I took measured tendencies towards aggressive,passive,and assertive behaviours in work situations.Aggressive: Ready or likely to attack or confront.Passive: Accepting or allowing what happens or what others do, without active response or resistance.Assertive:Confidently aggressive or self-assured.