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The Discussion Threads present an opportunity for you to evaluate yourself and your role within your organization. At the beginning of Module 2: Week 2 – Self-Concepts and Perceptions and Module 5: Week 5 – Foundation of Team Dynamics, you will complete multiple self-assessment activities and select one to discuss. You will be required to write a thread of at least 250 words on the self-assessment, complete with page references and specifics to document the response, and submit it to the corresponding Discussion Thread.
These are the activities you must complete. They are found at the end of the indicated chapter.
Discussion Thread: Self-Concept:
CHAPTER
SELF-ASSESSMENT ACTIVITY

2
Are You Introverted or Extraverted?

4
How Do You Cope With Stressful Situations?

5
How Strong Are Your Growth Needs?

7
What is your Preferred Decision-Making Style?

Discussion Thread: Team Dynamics:
CHAPTER
SELF-ASSESSMENT ACTIVITY

8
What Team Roles Do You Prefer?

9
Are You An Active Listener?

10
What’s Your Approach to Influencing Co-Workers?

11
What’s Your Preferred Conflict Handling Style?

To complete your thread:
Complete four self-assessments. Select one to discuss with the class.
Conduct a search through the Jerry Falwell Library to find and read 1 recent scholarly business article that relates to the self-assessment content.
Submit a thread that contains the following information in the following format, using the headers so that you ensure that all aspects of the assignment are completed as required. Failure to follow these instructions will result in a point deductions. Self-assessment: Give a brief explanation of the selected self-assessment and your results. The textbook should be used and cited for this portion of the assignment.
Discussion:

References: Each reference and article read must adhere to current APA edition format. Include the complete URL for the selected article (use a persistent link for articles from the Jerry Falwell Library). These do not count toward the 250-word requirement.