Fall semester of 3L kicks off the on-campus interviewing (OCI) process and even if you are not intending to apply for a position at a large law firm, government agency, or accounting or consulting firm, it helps to have your resumé in shape and understand the characteristics that make you to "stand out" from the crowd. You can utilize the material in this report and the accompanying activities to understand more about what makes you tick, become clearer on your core values, and recognize which work environments, in the broadest sense of this term, bring out your best. You can then use this information help you identify work situations that align with your personal characteristics, principles, and preferred working conditions, thus increasing your chances of finding a superior fit.
To get the most out of the Legal Trait Analysis chapter in this report, it helps to know a few things about its format:
Knowing how you stand out from the crowd and what matters most to you can position you to seek optimal workplaces for you, ones where you can give your best and where the environment supports you in doing so. Give yourself the best chance at workplace excellence and job satisfaction by making the most of who you are.
Aligning her work environment and the company’s culture with her personality type is also another important consideration in finding the right job. Her personality type prefers an environment where:
For maximum job satisfaction and success, her job and her work environment should align with her core values. The list below represents common core values for her personality type.