It can be difficult to fully articulate assumptions and values on your own when they are both implicit and deeply held. Having an outside view stimulates other ways of finding solution and helps the process of reflection (Gardner, 2014).
I am confident , patient and witty.Upon reflection, I feel great. I have good values. Always able to achieve personal and professional targets. This is my comfort zone.
Arena: This showed me that I do not allow people to know a lot about my personality. This might put me at a disadvantage in a team. It might also be a barrier for me as I would be perceived as being knowledgeable at times I am not.Blind spot: showed me that I needed to get constant feedback in order to be more efficient and see myself the way others see me.
1. Get more feedback from a wider group of professionals in order to expand my arena.2. Get additional educational qualification suitable for my career change & improve work performance.3. Apply for training in my new field/area of interest.4. Register on relevant websites for jobs.5. Continue to get consistent feedback.
I will use these two traits to explore my reflections in-action, on-action and for-action as I go on.
This is a cause and effect response to feedback from a small group of 10 people, therefore the results has its limitations and action 5 is important on a continuous basis as change occurs in different situations. I have also been able to appreciate the circularity of self-reflection in the inter-connectedness between systems and self.