Examples of Self Evaluation

Exceeds Expectations

  • One of my greatest strengths is showing an exemplary attitude at all times. I find it easy to be energetic and ready to start work in the morning. I have strong motivation in my responsibilities throughout the day. I work to keep a positive attitude and help motivate others to do the same.
  • Offering encouragement and support is one of the things that sets me apart. I believe this provides an excellent example for the ideal work attitude. This helps keep my team working quickly and efficiently. I like to keep people focused on a goal, and never shy away from a challenge.

Meets Expectations

  • I like to remain fully engaged in my work until completion. There is often much office drama and I try to avoid it and not let personal issues affect the quality of my work. I believe this is a strong way to provide an example to my peers.
  • I show a unique attitude toward work, always looking for something new to learn about the industry. I ask insightful and well-formulated questions.
  • I am willing to go the extra mile to put others at ease, fostering a comfortable and open work atmosphere. My attitude toward positive change is one of enthusiasm, and I consistently put forth an effort to improve myself and my surroundings.

Below Expectations

  • I have a tendency to get so focused on a task that I ignore the people around me. This has resulted in the impression that I don’t care, when in fact it’s just extreme focus on the work at hand. I will work to improve my communication skills and dealing with people even when I am in the middle of a task.
  • I understand I have a very competitive attitude. While this can be good for certain aspects of business, it creates issues within my team because people feel that I am always competing with them. I do not want people to believe I have an air of superiority and will work this year to tone down my competitiveness.

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