Why are you in the job that you do?
What is your managerial style in times of conflict?
To strive forward it is always prudent to take current stock of where you are now. 

Everyone likes to do the things that they are good at. However, it’s a different kettle of fish when we have to do things that we are not so good at! 
So, are you ready to turn your attention to those things you’re not so good? 
Yes? Good, let’s get started.
First, write out the top three weaknesses you have.
Next, ask yourself this:
If I improved these areas / skills would I have a lot more chance of success in all that I do? 
For some, these could be communication skills, appearance, networking, listening etc. 
What I want you to do now is to focus in on what you need to do in order to improve each area. For each improvement I would like you to write out: 
  • How each improvement would increase your confidence?
  • How it will make you feel?
  • What do you need to do to make it happen?
  • Who can help you?
  • When will you start?
Have a go and don’t be afraid to make mistakes!