domain area and the rater relationship IP or Personal Choice along with the

Domain area and the rater relationship ip or personal

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domain area and the rater relationship (IP or Personal Choice), along with the score received for that item from the other rater group: PERSONAL CHOICE RATINGS Motivating Self and Others : Pushes him/herself out of his/her comfort zone in attempts to grow and improve. 7.00 Motivating Self and Others: Finds ways to make work more enjoyable, personally and for others as well. 7.00 Motivating Self and Others: Proactively sets challenging, yet achievable personal goals. 7.00 Influencing Others and Communication: Communicates ideas clearly and concisely. 6.67 Influencing Others and Communication: Communicates effectively in front of larger groups and audiences. 6.67 List your 5 Lowest mean scores from your raters’ perceptions , along with the item text, the domain area and the rater relationship (IP or Personal Choice), along with the score received for that item from the other rater group: PERSONAL CHOICE RATINGS Influencing Others and Communication: Is able to persuade other people and change their opinions. 5.33 Decision Making: Over-analyzes decisions, spending too much time thinking rather than acting. 5.50 Reading Others: Is good at sensing what other people are thinking and feeling. 5.50 Managing Conflict: Is able to debate issues without getting personal or emotional. 5.83 Decision Making: When making a decision, seeks information and input from a diverse array of resources and perspectives. 5.83 I2. Were the items you identified in I1 part of the general behavioral domain areas you identified as key strengths and weaknesses when you analyzed the box charts in the previous section of the worksheet? If they weren’t technically labeled under one of those headings, do you see any relationships between those specific behaviors and the general domain areas you highlighted in the first section of the worksheet via your box chart analysis? The items I identified in part l1 were part of the general behavioral domain areas that I identified as key strengths besides managing conflict because my self-rating was higher than others’ ratings of me in that area. However, managing conflict was also identified as one of my weaknesses in both parts. I3. Do you have a lot of low or high standard deviations (s.d.s) across the items related to your key areas of strength/weakness, especially on the items you identified via I1? Low
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s.d.s mean that everyone within a rater group pretty much agreed with the mean score reported and rated you the same way. High s.d.s, by contrast, mean that different raters within that group perceived you very differently – making the mean score slightly less representative of the rater group as a whole. S.d.s of above 1 usually signify something meaningful. You may want to consider whether a high s.d. might be a result of you acting differently with different people within that group (i.e., to due to different relationships or contexts in which you have interacted) or because different people might have had different standards.
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