Section 9: Figures, References and Appendix

Figure 1: Bailey, I (2020) Research Methodology
Figure 2: Figure 2: Bailey, I (2020) Timeline
Figure 3: Bailey, I (2020) Dream Job Aspects
Figure 4: Elvins, L (2020) What Design Managers do. Available at:
Figure 5: 16personalities: ESFP. Available at:
Figure 6: Bailey, I (2020) Johari Window: Peer Group and First Thoughts
Figure 7: (2020) Imaani’s Johari Window
Figure 8: Bailey, I (2020) Final Johari Window
Figure 9: MURAL (2020) Imaani SWOT Analysis
Figure 10: MURAL (2020) Imaani’s SWOT Analysis: Strategic Planning
Figure 11: Bailey, I (2020) Network Map
Figure 12: LinkedIn (2020) Profile
Figure 13: nikitadacunha (20180) Brand Strategy Elements. Available at:
Figure 14: SmarttStrategies (2020) Belbin Team Roles. Available at:
Figure 15: (2020) My Team Role Results
Figure 16: EBW Global: Emotional Intelligence. Available at:
Figure 17: Bailey, I (2020) Newton Theory on Project Managers
Figure 18: AnswerGarden (2020) Imaani’s Team Role
Figure 19: Bailey, I (2020) Colleague Feedback
Figure 20: Bailey, I (2020) VARK Learning Style Results
Figure 21: Bailey, I (2020) Adaptation of B, Bloom (1960) Learning Theory
Figure 22: Bailey, I (2020) 1-, 3- and 5-Year Plan
Figure 23: Rumson, R (2017) Honey and Mumford Learning Styles. Available at:

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Appendix 1: ESFP personality type based on Myers and Briggs:
Appendix 2: ENFJ personality type based on Jungian:
Appendix 3: Imaani’s Johari Window:
Appendix 4: LinkedIn Profile:
Appendix 5: VARK Questionaries: