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Completing the assessments on my organizational orientations allowed me to view and reflect on my current stage of life. I scored the highest in the Upward Mobile orientation which may cause others to perceive me as a committed individual who receives great pleasure from work. I would be perceived as a hard worker and someone who is on their way to the top of an organization. Colleges might assume the best way to communicate with me is to converse about anything and everything that has to do with work and/or the organization. This could be a successful way to communicate with me; however, I believe I am able to communicate beyond work and/or organization topics of conversations. If my superiors viewed my scores they may assign me high levels of responsibility with the understanding they are rewarding me and showing their appreciation for me.

I found my scores on the different orientations interesting. On the Upward Mobile Orientation assessment I scored a sixty seven, thirty one for the Ambivalent Orientation, and thirty one for the Indifferent Orientation. Prior to this assessment I assumed I would score highest on the Indifferent Orientation, so I was somewhat surprised to see my highest score for the Upward Mobile Orientation. My scores for the Upward Mobile and Indifferent orientation were pretty close to the mean scores. Reflecting on these scores I can understand and can agree with my scores. I started working at the age of fourteen and was raised to work hard in everything I do, no matter the circumstances. Till this day I still believe in the same morals and I continue to work hard and take pride in my work and reputation at any organization. My salary reflects the amount of work and pride I put fourth for an organization.. Every organization I have worked for I have moved up the latter from entry level to lower management. I have returned to…...

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