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Who am I?
Knowing who you are is important for making the most of the areas you are personally accountable for and, therefore, for performing well at work. All individuals have their own characteristic way of acting that differentiates them from others – their personality. This is expressed not just in our private lives, but also in the workplace. It means we naturally exhibit certain behaviours and seldom behave in other ways. Knowing who you are means knowing what you generally do and also what you tend to avoid doing. And therefore, it also means knowing what you can do, or learn to do, easily.

 

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