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Abilities Skills one has developed.
Achievement Something that somebody has succeeded in doing, usually with effort.
Adaptability Capable of being modified to suit different conditions or a different purpose.
Affirmation An assertion of support or agreement.
Aptitudes A natural tendency to do something well, especially one that can be further developed.
Attitudes An opinion or general feeling about something.
Bias An unfair preference for or dislike of something.
Change To become different, or make something or somebody different.
Consequences The relation between a result and its cause.
Defeatist attitude Showing a tendency to expect failure or accept it too readily.
Dependability Able to be trusted or depended on.
Discrimination Unfair treatment of one person or group, usually because of prejudice about race, ethnicity, age, religion, or gender.
Emotional Intelligence Personal attributes that enable people to succeed in life, including self-awareness, empathy, self-confidence, and self-control.
Empathy The ability to identify with and understand somebody else's feelings or difficulties.
Feedback information about reactions to a product, a person's performance of a task, etc., used as a basis for improvement.
Flexibility Able to change or be changed according to circumstances.
Global awareness Relating to or happening throughout the whole world.
Human relations The study of the ways in which people relate to each other in group situations.
Inferior attitude A feeling of failure to meet a standard of quality, ability, or achievement.
Integrity The quality of possessing and steadfastly adhering to high moral principles or professional standards.
Interdependence Unable to exist or survive without each other.
Interest inventory An assessment of likes and dislikes.
Interpersonal Concerning or involving relationships between people.
Leadership The ability to guide, direct, or influence people.
Learning Styles The manner in which one gains knowledge or skill through education.
Loyalty A feeling of devotion, duty, or attachment to somebody or something.
Mature attitude Showing the mental, emotional, or physical characteristics associated with a fully developed adult person.
Needs The basics one must have to live.
Performance The manner in which something or somebody functions, operates, or behaves.
Personal Characteristics Traits relating to a specific person.
Prejudice A preformed opinion, usually an unfavorable one, based on insufficient knowledge, irrational feelings, or inaccurate stereotypes.
Punishment technique A penalty that is imposed on somebody for wrongdoing.
Respect A feeling or attitude of admiration and deference toward somebody or something.
Responsibility The state, fact, or position of being accountable to somebody or for something.
Reward technique Something desirable given in return for what somebody has done.
Self-concept A complete and individual personality, especially one that somebody recognizes as his or her own and with which there is a sense of ease.
Self-control The ability to control your own behavior, especially in terms of reactions and impulses.
Self-esteem confidence in your own merit as an individual person.
Self-observation Awareness of one’s own personality, skills, and traits.
Skills The ability to do something well, usually gained through training or experience.
Stereotype An oversimplified standardized image of a person or group.
Stimulus Something that encourages an activity or a process to begin, increase, or develop.
Strengths A valuable or useful ability, asset, or quality.
Superior attitude A feeling of surpassing others in something such as intellect, achievement, or ability.
Sympathy The ability to enter into, understand, or share somebody else's feelings.
Talents Natural ability in particular activity. a natural ability for being good at a particular activity.
Transferable skills A skill that is not limited to a specific academic discipline, area of knowledge, job, or task and is useful in any work situation, e.g. communication or organizational skills.
Values The worth, importance, or usefulness of something to somebody.
Visualization To form a visual image of something in the mind.
Created by: Galita