You are most likely to succeed in life if you use your talents to their fullest extent. Similarly, you'll suffer fewer problems if you know what your weaknesses are, and if you manage these weaknesses so that they don't matter in the work you do.
SWOT WORKSHEET THREATS What obstacles do you currently face at work? What is your competition doing? Does changing technology threaten your position? Could any of your weaknesses lead to threats? OPPORTUNITIES What good opportunities are open to you? What trends could you take advantage of? How can you turn your strengths into opportunities? WEAKNESSES What tasks do you usually avoid because you don't feel confident doing them? Where do you have fewer resources than others? What are others likely to see as weaknesses? What are your negative work habits? Do you have personality traits that hold you back in your field? STREGTHS What do you do well? What unique resources can you depict on? What do others see as your strengths? Which of your achievements are you most proud of? What values do you believe in that others fail to exhibit?
A Personal SWOT- Example THREATS Seeta, one of my colleagues, is a much stronger speaker than I am, and he's competing with me for the organizing secretary position. Due to recent staff shortages, I'm often overworked, and this negatively impacts my creativity. OPPORTUNITIES I'm going to attend a conference next month. This will help me in develop my knowledge and skills. My principal asked me to organize a national level seminar. I think it would be a great opportunity to show my talent.
I have a strong, compulsive need to do things quickly and remove them from my "to do" list, and sometimes the quality of my work suffers as a result.
This same need to get things done also causes me stress when I have too many tasks.
I get nervous when presenting ideas , and this fear of public speaking often takes the passion out of my presentations.
I'm very creative. I impress my students with a new angle on their attitudes
I communicate well with my superior,collegues and students.
I'm completely committed to the success of a student’s and school growth and development.