Self-knowledge is said to be all-encompassing and the highest form of knowledge.
Self-knowledge is said to be all-encompassing and the highest form of knowledge. From Socrates and Plato to Geoffrey Chaucer and Benjamin Franklin, “Know Thyself” is repeatedly presented through the ages as the ultimate pursuit and the key to true wisdom. The assignment starts with a general overview of your experiences with management (either as a manager yourself, or as an employee who has reported to a manager). In addition, you will complete 6 management-related assessment instruments with a range of topics. The point of this collection of assessments is to assist you “knowing thyself” and use the information gathered here to determine your underlying motivations and potential as a manager. How Good Am I at Playing Politics?(See page 20 in the textbook.) I scored a 6 What’s the Right Organizational Culture for Me? (See page 53 in the textbook.) I scored a 20 What’s My Decision-Making Style? my results below You got: You are a Good decision maker! You prefer to keep your options open. You feel that structures are restricting, preventing you from freely interacting with your environment. What’s My Preferred Conflict-Handling Style? the attachment assessment Collaborating-17 my 1st Avoiding-15 my second How Good Am I at Disciplining Others? (See page 230 in the textbook.) I scored 17 on this assessment How Good Am I at Giving Performance Feedback? (See page 232 in the textbook.) I scored 7 a and 1 b After providing an overview of your current experiences with management (either as a manager yourself or as an employee who has reported to a manager), you’ll present your scores, reflect on your reaction to your scores, and discuss how knowledge of your scores has impacted or may impact your management abilities. Use the following structure for this assignment: Title Page Table of Contents Introduction (the purpose of the assignment) Overview of Management Experience (you as a manager or as an employee reporting to managers) Assessment and Reflection Report scores for each assessment Reflect on scores for each assessment Discuss how results tie back to management skills and potential Conclusion (self-knowledge gained and how it helps develop management potential) References

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