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Explain in detail how you can (or do) serve as a positive role model in your workplace through personal work planning and organisation. (“Be the best you can be” and be a “Shining Example” to others)
You are required to provide a written answer to each question.  Your answer should be a minimum of one paragraph and clearly answer the question.
Please send your completed Assessment to [email protected] with your name printed clearly on the top of each page.
PERSONAL WORK GOALS AND PRIORITIES
1.     Explain in detail how you can (or do) serve as a positive role model in your workplace through personal work planning and organisation. (“Be the best you can be” and be a “Shining Example” to others)

2.     Briefly, and without breeching confidentiality, describe your organisation’s policies, procedures and plans for the future. ( Do not mention the workplace by name)

3.     Describe your personal work goals, plans and activities for the next 12 months.

4.     How well do your personal goals, plans and activities match the responsibilities, accountabilities and plans of your workplace? Provide details.

5.     Provide details as to how you can measure your performance across the 12 months for the goals, plans and activities you listed in question 2. In your answer provide information on varying work conditions, work contexts, personality traits (use personality traits, trait approach and personality and team work from your management theory and practice textbook by Kris Cole) and personal behaviour.

6.     Provide information on how your work methods and practices involving the use of technology can manage your work priorities and commitments efficiently and effectively. Technology may include but not limited to computerised systems and software, databases, project management, word processing, electronic diaries, telephones, email and mail.

7.     With regard to your work and personal life, how can you maintain a balance between the two that ensures stress is effectively managed and health is maintained at an optimum level?
8.     In your workplace there may be competing demands to achieve personal, teams and organisational goals and objectives. Provide information on where you have identified these conflicts and how you can take the initiative to prioritise and facilitate the demands so goals and objectives are still met in a timely manner and all parties are satisfied.

  


 PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE
1.             Use the following documents and systems to assess your professional knowledge and competencies against competency standards to plan future professional and personal development. How can you prioritise to improve work performance and maintain a competitive edge?
a)             Job description
b)             Workplace policies and  procedures
c)             Performance appraisals (formal and informal)
d)             Work references
e)             Use of feedback from clients, management, colleagues, direct reports and industry partners
Provide detailed information on what you identified as:
f)              Your professional competence strengths
g)             Areas to improve
h)             Specific new skills to be achieved to improve competencies (personal and professional)

2.             Identify, evaluate, select and document particular professional development opportunities that match your workplace and are suitable for your personal learning style, time availability and cost. Describe how you will match the program to your learning style and how you will manage yourself.

3.             Relevant to your workplace, describe how you can participate in professional networking to enhance personal knowledge, skills and work relationships.

4.             How do you organise your work schedule and set your priorities to manage your time?
This self test examines your knowledge of the topic ‘Monitor your own work performance’. For each question, choose the response that you believe is correct.

Question 1
Is the following statement true or false?
Self assessment is unnecessary and leads only to increased stress levels.

Question 2
Is the following statement true or false?
Actual performance can be measured against your work objectives.

Question 3
Is the following statement true or false?
Customer satisfaction can be measured easily.
Question 4
Is the following statement true or false?
Feedback in the workplace is not an essential part of the process of ‘monitoring your own workplace performance’.

Question 5
Is the following statement true or false?
Discussions are only one of the tools that may be used to gain feedback.

Question 6
Is the following statement true or false?
Feedback on performance is only useful for development of the individual.

Question 7
Is the following statement true or false?
Once evaluation is seen to be linked to reward or punishment, feedback may be less genuine.

Question 8
Is the following statement true or false?
Quality assurance is a critical factor in most workplaces.

Question 9
Is the following statement true or false?
Never rely on your impressions of what colleagues think of your work performance.

Question 10
Is the following statement true or false?
There is only one way to create and conduct a survey.


Explain in detail how you can (or do) serve as a positive role model in your workplace through personal work planning and organisation. (“Be the best you can be” and be a “Shining Example” to others)

You are required to provide a written answer to each question.  Your answer should be a minimum of one paragraph and clearly answer the question.
Please send your completed Assessment to [email protected] with your name printed clearly on the top of each page.
PERSONAL WORK GOALS AND PRIORITIES
1.     Explain in detail how you can (or do) serve as a positive role model in your workplace through personal work planning and organisation. (“Be the best you can be” and be a “Shining Example” to others)
2.     Briefly, and without breeching confidentiality, describe your organisation’s policies, procedures and plans for the future. ( Do not mention the workplace by name)
3.     Describe your personal work goals, plans and activities for the next 12 months.
4.     How well do your personal goals, plans and activities match the responsibilities, accountabilities and plans of your workplace? Provide details.
5.     Provide details as to how you can measure your performance across the 12 months for the goals, plans and activities you listed in question 2. In your answer provide information on varying work conditions, work contexts, personality traits (use personality traits, trait approach and personality and team work from your management theory and practice textbook by Kris Cole) and personal behaviour.
6.     Provide information on how your work methods and practices involving the use of technology can manage your work priorities and commitments efficiently and effectively. Technology may include but not limited to computerised systems and software, databases, project management, word processing, electronic diaries, telephones, email and mail.
7.     With regard to your work and personal life, how can you maintain a balance between the two that ensures stress is effectively managed and health is maintained at an optimum level?
8.     In your workplace there may be competing demands to achieve personal, teams and organisational goals and objectives. Provide information on where you have identified these conflicts and how you can take the initiative to prioritise and facilitate the demands so goals and objectives are still met in a timely manner and all parties are satisfied.
  


 PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE
1.             Use the following documents and systems to assess your professional knowledge and competencies against competency standards to plan future professional and personal development. How can you prioritise to improve work performance and maintain a competitive edge?
a)             Job description
b)             Workplace policies and  procedures
c)             Performance appraisals (formal and informal)
d)             Work references
e)             Use of feedback from clients, management, colleagues, direct reports and industry partners
Provide detailed information on what you identified as:
f)              Your professional competence strengths
g)             Areas to improve
h)             Specific new skills to be achieved to improve competencies (personal and professional)
2.             Identify, evaluate, select and document particular professional development opportunities that match your workplace and are suitable for your personal learning style, time availability and cost. Describe how you will match the program to your learning style and how you will manage yourself.
3.             Relevant to your workplace, describe how you can participate in professional networking to enhance personal knowledge, skills and work relationships.
4.             How do you organise your work schedule and set your priorities to manage your time?
This self test examines your knowledge of the topic ‘Monitor your own work performance’. For each question, choose the response that you believe is correct.
Question 1
Is the following statement true or false?
Self assessment is unnecessary and leads only to increased stress levels.
Question 2
Is the following statement true or false?
Actual performance can be measured against your work objectives.
Question 3
Is the following statement true or false?
Customer satisfaction can be measured easily.
Question 4
Is the following statement true or false?
Feedback in the workplace is not an essential part of the process of ‘monitoring your own workplace performance’.
Question 5
Is the following statement true or false?
Discussions are only one of the tools that may be used to gain feedback.
Question 6
Is the following statement true or false?
Feedback on performance is only useful for development of the individual.
Question 7
Is the following statement true or false?
Once evaluation is seen to be linked to reward or punishment, feedback may be less genuine.
Question 8
Is the following statement true or false?
Quality assurance is a critical factor in most workplaces.
Question 9
Is the following statement true or false?
Never rely on your impressions of what colleagues think of your work performance.
Question 10
Is the following statement true or false?
There is only one way to create and conduct a survey.