The ability to remain involved with one's tasks in spite of fatigue or frustration. The mindset to persevere through challenges or obstacles. The abilty to retain personal values and principles, while balancing new information and perspectives that may confront with those deeply-held values.
The ability to withstand adversity, demonstrate resilience, and find ways to resolve or manage the effects of difficult life events. The mindset to maintain positivity and react to unexpected or challenging issues in healthy ways.
The ability to understand control one's own capabilities and limitations and use this self-awareness to manage one's activities in a variety of contexts. The ability to act reflectively and responsibly about one's competences, to accept feedback, and to seek opportunities for personal and professional development. To grow, apart and to return, and to do what is necessary and adapt to change.
The ability to effectively, regularly, and systematically reflect on own actions, performance, and attitudes, and make necessary adjustments. The metacognitive awareness to reflect on one's self-regulation. The mindset to proactively identify areas of knowledge and competency gaps and to seek professional development opportunities to fill those gaps.
The ability to manage one's time schedule and resources in order to finish tasks in a timely manner. The ability to create and implement personal plans of action. The knowledge to build in considerations for risk and opportunities and adapt one's behaviour as new issues emerge and changes occur.
The ability to confidently express oneself in various contexts. The attitude to stand up for oneself and be treated with respect without being aggressive, rude, or submissive. The knowledge and awareness for when one's input and perspective should be included, even if it is in contrast to others' perspectives.
The ability to maintain effort in work driven by an interest or enjoyment in work itself, in the absence of external pressures. The attitude of curiosity, to find positive aspects of situations and enthusiastically dive into exploring tasks and activities.