Learn about who to ask, how to approach them, and what they should look for. Also, receive tips on reviewing what people wrote.
- There's a second page to the Skills Discovery worksheet…called 360 degree feedback.…This is a place where a friend…or a coworker can go through…and answer some questions about you…to help you become aware of your skills.…Unlike other feedback assessments…where someone may be looking for your weakness,…we want your friend to look for…what you have learned to do well.…Hand that worksheet to this friend.…Then give them the opportunity to watch this video,…and I'll guide them through some of the questions.…
I'm going to assume that has happened…and you are the friend now,…and you have this skills feedback worksheet in front of you.…What are you supposed to do with it?…Simply write down the first answer…that comes to mind.…Don't over think it or try to force an answer,…and if you don't know the answer to something,…writing down I don't know is okay.…The first question is what training or educational courses…have you seen this person take.…This includes online courses like this one…or seminars at live events.…
Write down anything that comes to mind.…
- 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.