1.To get a sense of what it feels like to undergo an assessment, prepare a basic assessment of your performance and potential as a college student. Identify four people who have some idea of your personality, study (or work) habits, and performance so far in school—for example, parents or grandparents, other students, a teacher, and a past or present supervisor. Ask each person to summarize for you what they see as your major strengths and weaknesses as a student. Listen carefully and take notes. Focus on recording what they say, not on challenging their views. Gather the notes from your interviews and your grade reports. If you have other
performance feedback, such as graded essays or lab reports with comments, gather these as well. Review the assessment information, looking for themes and patterns in the feedback. Write a one- to two-page summary of what you learned, including answers to the following questions:
What do other people see as your strengths and weaknesses? How well do their views match
what you consider to be your strengths and weaknesses?
How well do your accomplishments reflect your strengths? What would you need to do
differently in order to put your strengths to work more fully?
Are you a “high-potential” student? Why or why not?
How did it feel to be assessed by others? How can you learn from the experience?
2. Write a 1-1.5 page paper on the issues/problems the company is facing. Be sure to include information on how the problem started, and how long it has been an issue. Company is( Jet Airways) You will also create a 15 slide PowerPoint presentation synthesizing the information.APA format plus reference page
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