Growth and development analysis of a human being
It has been written previously that one is born with their traits. Writers have also indicated that traits are passed from one generation to another. I however believe this to be untrue. There are those traits that one is born with and those that one learns as they grow up.
We cannot take for granted the interactions one has with other human beings and nature. This has a way of changing us. The way we think and believe is highly contributed by the people we interact with and our backgrounds. In this paper we will discuss how I grew up to procrastinate and also a perfectionist. I believe I grew into this.
I push myself and others to do a perfect task and at the same time do the hard tasks the last minute.
Performance management his highly done, in line with the goals and objectives of the organisation while at the same time ensuring that the strengths and weaknesses of employees have been established. Meeting business goals and objectives is the essential reason for there being any organisation.
For this to be achieved there needs to be periodical measurements of the progress towards achieving these goals and objectives. The goals and objectives of the organisation need to have been communicated to all employees so that the company can soldier on as one team. After this communication has been done, the achievement of these objectives needs to be measured appraised and relevant actions taken from time to time. The performance management process is part of the entire business since its inception till the day that it closes business.
Procrastination is said to reflect our struggle with self-discipline and control. It also shows our inability to predict our feelings for the next day. To critic this statement and belief I would say that procrastinators are good at making choices and prefer lesser demanding tasks as compared to the difficult tasks. Critics can also be quoted saying that procrastinators claim that they achieve better results when under pressure. More often than not that’s the way procrastinators qualify tasks and then work towards achieving them.
Personally, I have in many occasions preferred to avoid negative emotions so as to delay stressful tasks. So as to achieve more with limited I prefer doing the difficult tasks under pressure. This has enabled me to save time over the years.
Psychologists have cited such abehavior as a way of dealing with anxiety that is associated with finishing a task. Anxiety can get you to start working on a task either early or late (Steel, 2010). The focus should therefore be more of impulsiveness. Anxiety can only cause you to late on a task if it is impulsive.
Steel, P. (2010). The procrastination equation: How to stop putting things off and start getting stuff done. Random House Canada.