Your Individual Self Analysis Journal should include the following three (3) sections:
• Critically compare your results with those of the two people who evaluated you.
In your analysis, use the four quadrants of the Johari Window; i.e. Open, Blind,
Hidden, Unknown (approx. 400 words).
• Analyse your strengths and weaknesses based on your own survey results
(approx. 300 words).
• Reflect on what competencies you would like to develop in order to function well as a global
citizen. Provide practical examples with the assumption you work in a culturally diverse
global organisation (approx. 400 words).
Your Individual Self-Analysis Journal requires a significant amount of analysis and
personal reflection and should be written in the first person. It should include:
• Integration of these reflections with theoretical concepts.
• A brief discussion of identified strengths and areas for development, presenting your own
results, your associates’ results, and a discussion of the patterns, similarities/differences
and trends you discover.
• Evidence of integration of feedback received from your associates, as well as
consideration of your own past experiences and feedback from other sources you have
received in years gone by.
• A clear conclusion reflecting on how your new insights may assist you with a potential
career in a culturally diverse organisation.
• A reference list
• An Appendix with proof of completed surveys, both yours and your associates’
• Please note that the evidence of the tests is worth 6/30. Further guidance
will be available during the trimester
• You should consider the Johari Window model by breaking down its four parts
and reflecting on how the various quadrants provide a deeper understanding of
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