Lead 360 Worksheet PartII Spring 2015 - Your name Part II of the self-assessment project the second and final deliverable involves taking what you

Lead 360 Worksheet PartII Spring 2015 - Your name Part II...

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Your name : Part II of the self-assessment project – the second and final deliverable – involves taking what you documented in Part I of the project and determining what the data means for you at a deeper level. This deliverable will be graded carefully. You will be asked to synthesize data to build arguments about your strengths and weaknesses and what is really driving them (root cause analysis). You will also be asked to come up with a relevant action plan and reflect on some broader implications about what you’ve learned about yourself. Please write in complete sentences – and in paragraphs if appropriate - throughout this section of the worksheet. We expect high-quality, professional writing. Do not assume that the reader is looking at your report while reading this (s/he may or may not be). So, be explicit about the numbers and/or quotes you are drawing on and include them. Before you begin: Who were the people comprising your personal choice rater group? A. High-level Learnings (10% of your project grade): 1. What did you learn about your key strengths and weaknesses from this exercise? It’s crucial to know where you’re great—so you can sell yourself candidly and put yourself in positions that play to your strengths. It’s also important to know where you’re most in need of improvement, or perhaps most misunderstood by others. Note that you could choose to include something reflected in a general report trend, like patterns of over- or under-confidence. Please write about a paragraph for each topic and be sure to provide a few data points to support what you’re saying. Make sure you’re talking about things OTHER than the two areas you will delve into deeper in the two sections that follow. This is an opportunity to talk about other parts of the data and project that you may not have a chance to discuss later. Key strengths: Key weaknesses: 2. What about your report, or the project overall, surprised you most and why? You may want to use this space to reflect on your experience with the exercise as a whole – what it was like to ask people to give you feedback, to anticipate the results, to read through and/or analyze results, etc. B. In-depth Root Cause Analysis of One Strength (30% of your grade): 3a. Provide an initial statement about one behavioral strength that you think is important for you to further utilize in your career and/or develop . The strength you focus on need not be the
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one that is, for instance, the highest rated area or item, or the one with the smallest self-other rating gap. Pick something that you realize you could further hone that you care about and like about yourself . Our only request is that you not target a personality characteristic or work value, or the whole area of “leadership” (which is too broad). Personality and values are best used as important background to consider as potential root drivers of more concrete and specific behaviors.
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  • Fall '12
  • KyleEmich
  • Psychology, 10%, 5%, Root cause analysis, 25%, 30%

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