Essay on Pearson Prentice Hall Self Assessment
The five-factor model personality assessment provided by the Prentice Hall Self-Assessment Library describe my personality demission as Extroversion, Agreeable, Conscientiousness, Emotional Stability, and open to experience (E.A.C.E.O) (Robbins, S.P., & Judge, T.A., 2008). My Jungian personality test assessed me as an ENFP. And, my category letter listed me as an A- .
When looking at each trait the one that most suites me is being open to experiences. I love learning and exploring all that life has to offer. I can definitely see myself as falling under the trait of an extrovert. I love to talk and meet people I enjoy learning about their background while understanding their interest. I am also extremely persistent and achievement oriented. The result in relation to my emotional stability was quite high since, I consider myself as being easily attached to ideas, and overly emotional when ideas and projects do not turn out how I want them too.
Values and Attitude Insights,
In relation to my values and attitude the results related closely to how I react or perform…