Professional Development

29 - Personal competencies IV
Self-management encompasses management of one's own internal states of being, impulses and resources. In this regard, there are certain factors worth mentioning: self-control, which is the capacity to hold back dysfunctional emotions and impulses, that is, those that are unfit for pursuing one's objectives; credibility, which is to display honesty and integrity; strictness, that is, full responsibility for one's personal realization; adaptability, which is our flexibility to adjust to changes; and innovation, to be comfortable with original ideas and approaches and with new information.