How Personality Development Can Improve Your Job Selection

2019-06-12 15:58:50

We all possess a certain personality trait that sets us apart from the rest. A mix of good and bad, these traits (quality or characteristic) define how we respond to situations and people. While the most common belief is that these traits remain fixed, the psychologists at the University of Illinois suggest that we can change our traits provided we want to change them. Otherwise, it’s not possible to change them. We can become the best version of ourselves if we want to. So, if you are willing to become the most terrific version of you, here are some personality development tips for you all who wants to be perfect.

  • Know you are incomparable

  • Be kind to yourself

  • Give space to imperfection

  • Be spontaneous

  • Be light in mind and heart

  • Stay enthusiastic

  • Be a better comminatory

  • Learn to let go

  • Remember you’re a proton

Every person has a different personality, so we have to present our best version in an office interview or in any kind of working environment. Job interviews don't have to be dry and boring. It's important to act professionally, of course, but it's also equally important to show our personality to the interviewer.

Read on to learn how to show our personality in good ways.

An organization wants to know that we are qualified for a position or not as well as how we present ourselves. Showing your personality can help you to connect with your interviewer and allows them to see the real you. It also gives them the opportunity to judge if you will fit into their environment, which is beneficial for both of you.

However, sometimes it is difficult to show your real personality in an interview. The Following steps can help you to get past your nerves or difficulties, and show your real personality in an interview. 

  • Understand the importance of the first impression.

  • Practice interviewing and be prepared to answer a question about yourself.

  • Arrive early so you have time to unwind and gather your thoughts.

  • Try to relax

  • Be confident and take your time answering questions

  • Remember to smile

  • Be yourself but remain professional

  • Answer interview questions by giving relevant examples that show your personality and showcase your unique characteristics.

  • Give specific examples from your past experiences when answering questions.

Personality is what makes a person unique. There are no genes that specify personality traits, but some genes do control the development of the nervous system, which in turn controls behavior. Our personalities are also influenced by the overall development of the thinking, perception, attitude, nature, mood, behavior and activities that work on an individualistic nature. It is a tool to bring out one’s innate abilities for self-recognition and instill confidence to face the outside world too.