Self-assessment - Virginia Commonwealth University

Self-assessment - Virginia Commonwealth University

Self-assessment Bill Hutchins & A J Kendrick 1 Objectives Understand the importance of selfassessment in maximizing your leadership potential.

View self-assessment as a valuable avenue for receiving feedback. Build your own tools for self-assessment in Scouting and other leadership situations. 2 What is an Assessment?

Appraisal Evaluation Measurement Judgment

Review Consideration Opinion Determination Assessments Measure Performance Progress 4

Assessments Help us See Past Present Future 5

What Assessments Have You Done Since Starting the Course? Patrol Performance Troop Meetings PLC Patrol Project Wood Badge Course 6

We Assess Ourselves Everyday We measure ourselves against: Other People

Other Teams Other Companies Other Scouting Units Social Standards 7 Why do we need Self-Assessments? 8

Meow.Roar We have Limitations to Listening to ourselves We see things from our Perspective We see things from our Background and History Dude YOU ROCK!

So, how did I do? BEST We see things the way we want them rather than the way they actually are. 12

So, how did I do? You scarred them for life! A much more complete picture comes through receiving feedback from others 13

Why is Feedback Important? It Facilitates Change 14 Tips on Giving Feedback Is it helpful? Do others want it? Can it change a behavior? Is it specific?

15 Tips on Giving Feedback Does it describe a behavior? How does it impact you? Does it contain an I statement? Did the recipient understand you? 16 You can give caring feedback

without a good technique, but the slickest technique in the world will not hide a lack of caring. 17 Tips on Receiving Feedback Li ive

fe ed b t ac th pa em

Se ek o ly, ut , lly

fu re ca ac k en st ll

ica et y Notice how you feel 18 Consider Feedback to be a Gift, It Truly is!

19 How do we get unbiased feedback? 20 Sometimes, you have to ask for your gift.

21 360-Degree Assessment 22 What is a 360-Degree Assessment?

Comes from all directions A more formal feedback method Stakeholders interested parties Evaluates goals Continuous performance

improvement method 23 Steps for Developing and Using a 360-Degree Assessment Review

What do you want to know? Find a facilitator Develop an assessment survey Identify stakeholders Discuss results with facilitator Commit to improvement 24

What Do You Want to Know? What are your goals? Are your goals SMART? 25 Find a Facilitator 26

Develop an Assessment Survey Survey must state the goals to be assessed Goals must be SMART Questions relate to goals Pick answer approach 27

Survey Answers Start, Stop, Continue Green Light, Yellow Light, Red Light Way to Go, Way to Grow 28 Identify Stakeholders Pick 5-10 stakeholders

Commissioner Unit Leaders Charter Org. Unit Committee

Council District Parents Scouters 29 Identify Stakeholders

Provide each with a copy of the survey Assure stakeholders of privacy 30 Discuss Results with Facilitator Have facilitator compile results Meet! Discuss Avenues for

change 31 Commit to Improvement Make adjustments as needed Reassessment is key 32

Steps for Developing and Using a 360-Degree Assessment Review What do you want to know?

Find a facilitator Develop an assessment survey Identify stakeholders Discuss results with facilitator Commit to improvement 33 Tool for Leading Change Leads to positive change Teach others Assessment

Ticket Journey to Excellence 34 Review Self-Assessment Maximizes your leadership potential An avenue for receiving feedback Develop a 360-degree assessment 35

Go get Your Gift! 36 37

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