Marriott HRM Talents and Systems Analysis

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Marriott HRM Talents and Systems Analysis
YourFirstName YourLastName
Your University
October 31, 2010
1. My Strengths and What Drains Me
Perhaps one of my biggest strengths is my positivity. Ultimately, I almost always feel satisfied with my job and my performance. The depth of my positive outlook at work can be measured in a variety of ways. Grube, Schroer, Hentzschel, and Hertel (2008) argued that “overall job satisfaction describes a global attitude towards the job, while facet approaches consider attitudes towards different aspects of the job” (p. 669). In reference to my job, I would regard my overall enthusiasm as being good. My job has a degree of positivity which is predicated on a cumulative measurement of all the facets of my...
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