Compare your personal work with 360-degree feedback and finalize your list of skills.
- Now it's time to determine your skills,…the knowledge and ability you've acquired over time.…At this point, you should've filled in your answers…in the skills discovery worksheet…and at least one other person has completed their worksheet…about you.…Let's return to the first page.…There are two places that we skipped before…that we're going to cover now,…the both column and the multiple mentions section.…The both column is where you indicate…that someone other than you also mentioned the same skill…in their worksheet.…
For instance, if I said that I had learned about photography…and someone else mentioned…that I seem knowledgeable about photography…when they completed the 360 degree worksheet,…then I'm going to put a check mark there.…A check mark in the both column means…that both you and someone else agree…that it's a skill, which is good.…Continue through each of the questions,…looking for any time both you…and someone else agreed something was a skill for you.…
Now it's time to complete the multiple mentions section…
- Identify the key differences between gifts, loves, and skills.
- Explore methods for discovering what you love to do.
- Identify your core skills through self-reflection and via feedback from others.
- Choose your strongest and most valuable work activities through ranking and rating.
- Identify the steps needed to invest in yourself and grow your strengths.
- Recall how to match your strengths to your responsibilities, and discover when to grow your current career versus switch to a new one.