1. What am I good at?
I think my strengths are strongly based in how I work with others. I am very empathetic and compassionate which I think makes me a good team player. I am also good at building relationships which is good for team building and my style of leadership. I am also a diligent and determined person that feels pride in my accomplishments so I like to complete projects and feel like it means something to complete them.
2. What do I value?
Relationships are the strongest things that motivate me. I put a lot of value in the people around me and the connections I get to make. If I am able to create valuable connections with coworkers, that makes the work worth it to me. I also want to be helping and supporting people because that makes me more passionate about the work I do.
3. How did I get here?
I am a first-generation college student that wanted to be in teaching until I realized I didn’t want to work with kids every day. I wanted to work with people, but when I was no longer a kid, I realized I didn’t want to work with them anymore. I thought that business would give me a lot of opportunities to still work with people without the stress of teaching elementary school.
4. Where am I going?
On my current path, I will end up in an entry level HR generalist position or interning as an HR assistant while I try and find an industry I’m interested in. I’ve been looking at working in the public sector because I think it would be interesting to work in a government or county position. I want to learn more about recruitment and selection because that is the area of HR I would like to work in eventually before moving into training and development.