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WORK2218 Revision for Self Reflection

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A crucial note to answer the second part of the exam: self reflection, it has the first lecture note to the last lecture notes with theories integrated

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As well as that, I want to interact with a diverse background of people in order to practice my team work skills to encourage everyone to work a common goal. By achieving the goal, it will enable me to work more effectively in the future company as their job structure will be evolved around teams. Barriers The main barrier is my shy and awkward personality in unfamiliar social settings, this suggests, I sometimes hesitate to speak up and contribute my ideas in lectures, tutorials and even in team settings. With this personality, it can raise lot of difficulties, especially in communication and participate in discussion. The second barrier is that it is hard to meet on a regular basis as we have ...
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