February 27, 2005

My Values

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/cll/skills/personalacaddevelopment/values/

Aim of the Values activity

  • To enable you to explore your personal values and how they can affect the way you work.


This is how I would rank the following values:

  1. Affection
  2. Independence
  3. Pleasure
  4. Service
  5. Security
  6. Expertness
  7. Self-realisation
  8. Leadership
  9. Prestige
  10. Wealth
  11. Duty

1 is the value of most importance to me, whilst 11 is of the lowest importance.

This Values activity was devised by Warwick Skills

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It is very interesting to rate your values as you can clearly tell who you are as a person and what you value most in life. I don't have extremely conflicting values as affection and pleasure for me are in the top 3 whereas prestige and duty are in the bottom 3. I seem to rate personal and social values higher than those concerning work. Although independence is very important to me also and this independence may be conveyed through my freedom to work. Overall this exercise has made it clear to me where my standards in life are. In terms of employability, these values suggest that I need to have a people based job which offers plenty of interaction with others.

My Decision

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/cll/skills/personalacaddevelopment/decisionmaking/

Aim of the Decision Making activity
  • To show how to analyse a decision by weighing up the pros and cons.

This Decision Making activity was devised by Warwick Skills

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My decision was to study a PGCE after my degree.
I found it easier to digest the information once it was broken down into pros and cons. I was not surprised by the outcome as I already had it in my mind to study a PGCE but I was interested to see the conclusion on the force field analysis.

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