- Analyzing situations: The ability to conceptually break down a situation into parts and understand those parts.
- Defining clear policies: The ability to establish well-understood guidelines to help groups of individuals work in a unified way.
- Defining detailed objectives: The ability to create explicit goals to direct the work of individuals and the organization overall.
- Planning budgets: The ability to establish and control the allocation of resources to achieve organizational goals.
- Establishing clear performance measures: The ability to create a standard mechanism to evaluate whether or not goals are achieved.
- Judging performance objectively: The ability to independently weigh evidence and form an opinion on personal and organizational results.
- Making decisions by the numbers: The ability to make a final choice based upon quantitative reasoning and measures.
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How To Identify Your Workplace Strengths
- Identifying your workplace strengths
- Envision strength
- Characteristics of the “Envision” workplace strength
- Design strength
- Characteristics of the “design” workplace strength
- Build strength
- Characteristics of the “build” workplace strength
- Operate Strength
- Characteristics of the “operate” workplace strength