Accounting and Finance Suitability

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A Reflection on my Suitability to the Accounting andFinance Sectors
ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................2Schoen’s model of reflection,Career Anchors, MBTI....................................................................2Reflection/Conclusion.....................................................................................................................4References........................................................................................................................................6
IntroductionThis assignment aims to assess my suitability for the accounting sector. I'll look at the qualitiesexpected to excel in the accounting and finance industry and equate them to my talents,attributes, and career goals. To help me do this, I'll use Schoen's reflection model (Schoen,2012). It is not an easy judgment, and contemplation should be based on knowledge,comprehension, and emotions(Akimoto, et all, 2014). It's a common occurrence for us to focuson events that have occurred in our daily lives and the reasons for those events.Communication skills, a high degree of numeracy skills, understanding of accounting principles,analytical skills, teamwork skills, self-motivation, honesty, and honesty were among the skillsemployers required in the accounting industry, according to my research.Schoen’s model of reflection,Career Anchors, MBTIWhen reflecting on an event, Schoen's model of reflection describes the multiple questions youcan ask yourself (Schoen, 2013). To accurately represent, these questions should be asked beforean experience, during an experience, and after an experience (Larson, 2014). The MBTI, Scheinquestionnaire, and Hogan and Champagne questionnaire were all completed in training. I'mgoing to draw on the information I gathered from the questionnaire.According to Schoen's model of reflection, we should write down our feelings prior to theexperience and state what we expect to happen and the challenges we expect to face(DonaldSchon (Schön): learning, reflection and change – infed.org:, 2021). When we were told in classthat the questionnaires would help us classify information about ourselves, I was skeptical. Ididn't think a questionnaire might teach me much about my core talents, abilities, or personality.I was cynical of the whole process and didn't intend to learn much from the assignments becauseI already assumed I understood what my talents and characteristics were and that I knew morethan the questionnaires.The Schein questionnaire, which recognizes unique job anchors, was the first one we completed(Morrison, 2021). My top job anchors, according to the findings of the survey, are generalmanagement competence, security and stability competence, and technological and practical
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