Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Assessing your performance, part of Discovering Your Strengths.
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An important part of improving your ability is continually assessing your job performance.…This process is simple, and we've given you a worksheet to make it even easier.…You are simply going to list the job responsibilities you discovered through the previous exercises.…Then you'll rate yourself in one of three columns: Below expectations,…or Poor performance, At expectations, or Good performance, or Above expectations, which is Invaluable performance.…Suppose one of my job responsibilities is to meet one on one with my employees.…
I realize that I've been meeting occasionally with them but not on a regular…basis, and the meetings are not as productive as they should be.…In this case, I might rate my performance as poor in that category.…If another job responsibility is communicating regularly with my best customers,…and if I go above and beyond by providing valuable industry information,…for instance, then I'm going to check the Above expectation's column.…Your task is to assess your performance for every responsibility on your list.…
This course is one of a series of five Dave Crenshaw courses based on his Invaluable teaching methodology for professional development.
- Identifying gifts, loves, and skills
- Assessing personal performance
- Applying your strengths and talents at work
- Making continual improvements that impact your career