The How good is your decision making assessment Hill and indicated I was strong in areas such as establishing a positive decision making environment generating potential solutions and evaluating alternatives I can attest to these findings because of leadership that I exude on a daily basis I am always seeking options on ways that the end goal can be accomplished even when faced with adversity When making decision I feel that it is important that all parties involved agree on an objective and the process moving forward to obtain the end result Having input from all the stakeholders allows for varying ideas in which the best solution could be decided upon Furthermore in order for the decision to be efficient it is important to determine the risk consequence and feasibility of each idea as all are important in the evaluation stage of any given decision Other areas in the assessment in which I fared well included checking the decision and communicating and implementing the decision
Although these were high in percentages being over 50 I can certainly improve on both of these I know that I am good at communicating and am clear and thorough on expectations be it written or verbally however my lowest score was in checking the decision It is important to ensure that I review and audit the choice that was made to see if my assumptions were correct and that they made sense Reviewing all of these steps in decision making can allow for thorough leadership which includes communication with stakeholders involved assessment of decision made and follow up to ensure it has been put into place All of these items could be completed by utilizing a flow chart or even a checklist With my counseling background I have done research on Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI This theory was developed by the mother daughter partnership of Katharine Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers and is an adaptation of the theory of psychological types produced by Carl Gustav Jung Cunningham 2012 It is based on 16 personality types which Jung viewed as stereotypes Jung 1921 p 405 They act as useful reference points to understand your unique personality Jung 1957 p 304 When completing the MBTI assessment my results indicated that I am categorized as an ENFJ A which indicates that I am 60 Extravert 74 iNtuitive 57 Feeling 17 Judging and 86 Assertive More in depth ENTJ also means that individuals identified in this category often prefer to interact with others extraversion perceive new possibilities intuition decide subjectively feeling and follow an organized lifestyle judgment
This type of person is also listed as a protagonist who make up only two percent of the population and are natural born leaders full of passion and charisma who reach out and inspire others to achieve and to do good in the world 16 Personalities and Famous ENJF s include former United States President Barack Obama Oprah Winfrey and National Basketball Association basketball player Michael Jordan Famous ENFJ s n d To be a leader and an ENFJ in this category is a good company Knowing these things about myself from my previous assessment of being a transformational leader to my personality style of ENFJ A it helps me better understand which problem solving method works best with my personality Therefore while reviewing the How good is your decision making assessment and being listed as a protagonist I feel the method that works best for me is the Multiframe Leadership and problem solving approach This approach consists of four unique lenses or perspectives suggesting that leaders often have a predisposition to one or two of the frames but that developing the flexibility and capacity to use multiple frames in addressing issues may result in more effective outcomes Bolman Deal 2008 Bolman and Deal s 2008 perspective is that dealing with organizational issues requires that leaders develop mental modes or a set of ideas and assumptions p 11 that help them begin to understand and navigate various problems Such as the case for hazing as a structural frame entailing a zero tolerance should be a policy outcome along with clear communication of the punishment for offenders but then also looking at the human resources frame and analyzing what support that the victims and perpetrators alike may need such as counseling When analyzing a problem you aren't just seeing the problem one sided but from many angles therefore bringing about not only the best solution but also the solution that creates efficiency and productivity moving forward be it for a team or an organization Leaders have to be able to take swift action by developing and providing new activities and ceremonies based on core values that are considered essential to team development and team culture Scott 2014
Therefore effectively framing and reframing problems until they are able to think from different perspectives and be more versatile in their leadership approach Scott 2008 p 16 As a transformational leader such as Martin Luther King an ENFJ A such as Barack Obama a protagonist as Oprah Winfrey and as a sports leader from Michael Jordan to future sports leader LaToya Thompson I understand that just as these individuals before me understood that differing views of a particular issue can often lead to a better more dynamic solution to an existing problem and that conclusions should not be made too quickly Thinking outside the box which allows for a more flexible approach and can be applied to public relations political socio cultural as well as technological issues in the workplace Overall I am led to believe that because of my background that not only am I am in agreement with my results from the decision making assessment but also that the Multiframe Leadership approach would be best suited for me when making decisions as all the frames can be utilized to create solutions strategies and tactics that engage the full breadth of personal profiles and organizational realities
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