Self-Indulgent Code: Self-Improvment Self-Evalutation Edition NuRelm
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Recently here at NuRelm we started getting serious about performance evaluations. Personally, I like the self-evaluation model that we use. The process goes a little something like this.
Identify your job ? as in your job requirements
Write some exposition about a series of Key Success Categories
Planning & Organization
Tolerance for Stress
Then go over it with your boss
Why am I evaluating myself at all, isn?t the evaluation the perception of my boss in the end? While that is true if you can be frank about your own successes and faults it is likely you boss will have similar comments. This provide a bridge to reduce push back when your boss starts telling you what your development plan is. Plus, in many cases the act of self-evaluation is all you need to critically see your faults and begin building your own battle plan for self-improvement.
So all I am saying is if you want to be better at your job and improve in whatever field you have chosen to master in your life. You should take a hour every few months and check up on how you are doing. This doesn?t mean you need to involve your work or your boss if they don?t want to or if they already have a less successful system in place. Success and self-improvement is about initiative. Initiative is hard work but all hard work does get noticed in the end even if it isn?t by your current employer.
Here were the points on my last self-evaluation that got me thinking.
Makes effort to listen to and understand internal/external customers, anticipate their needs and fives top priority to their satisfaction; displays sensitivity to their sense of urgency.
Process Management / Control
Establishes procedues to monitor and regulate processes, job activities, and responsibilities. Takes action tomonitor the quality of delegated assignments for projects.
Financial Planning / Management
Understand the philosophy, terminology, amd processes of planning, preparing and monitoring budgets, as well as, bein able to understand and interpret other financial performance statements.
From a leadership perspective, considers issues that are broader and longer range than those immediately apparent.
Understanding and utilizing professional information to achieve goals.
Tolerance for Stress
Provides stable performance under pressure and/or opposition; facilitates the same from direct reports.
||40 Iowa Street |
Uniontown, PA 15401
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED