Saturday, February 18, 2012

Skills Assessment Checklist for Program Manager Position:


Analytical/Technical:


1. Business Advising - what are the level of achievements? where is the case?
 
2. Critical Thinking - What are the level of achievements? do we have case here?

3. Problem Solving - What are the level of achievements? do we have case here to demonstrate?

4. Research and Analysis - what are the level of achievements? do we have case here to demonstrate?

5. Risk Management - What are the level of achievements? do we have case here to demonstrate ?

6. Statistical Methods - what are the level of achievements? do we have case to demonstrate ?

7. Written Communication - What are the level of achievements? do we have case to demonstrate?

Knowledge and Experience:

8. Educational Background: What are the level of achievements? do we have case to demonstrate ?

9. Work Experience:
What are the level of achievements? do we have case here to demonstrate?

10. Professional Achievement:
what are the level of achievements? where is the case?

11. Information Technology:
What are the level of achievements? do we have case here to demonstrate?

Leadership and Management:

12. Change Management: What is the accomplishment in this area?
13. Coaching and Staff Development:
What is the accomplishment in this area?

14. Continuous Improvement:What is the accomplishment in this area?
15. Performance Management:What is the accomplishment in this area?
16. Project Management:What is the accomplishment in this area?
17. Strategic Planning and Thinking:What is the accomplishment in this area?

Knowledge and Experience:

18. Conflict Management: Can you share a story of yours?
19. Customer Service Orientation:
Can you share a story of yours?
20. Negotiation:Can you share a story of yours?
21. Oral Presentation:
Can you share a story of yours?
22. Teamwork/Collaboration :Can you share a story of yours?

Personal Characteristics:
23. Accountability:do you have case to share?
24. Adaptability/Flexibility:
do you have case to share?

25. Initiative:
do you have case to share?
26. Innovation:
do you have case to share?
27. Integrity/Objectivity:
do you have case to share?
28. Results Oriented :
do you have case to share?

we have to Provide Examples (Situation, Action, and Results Statements) for all the above selected areas......

Level of Achievement Scale When you evaluate level of achievement, consider the following factors:• Complexity of assignments
• Frequency of demonstrated skills and abilities
• Impact/results
• Relevance to strategic mission/objectives
• Performance measures


   Demonstrated a high level of achievement (Impact of actions measured against criteria established for performance objectives. Many examples can be provided.)

  Demonstrated a moderate level of achievement. (Impact of actions measured against criteria established for performance objectives. Examples can be provided.)

   Demonstrated a less than moderate level of achievement (Impact of actions measured against criteria established for performance objectives. Examples can be provided.)  

    No demonstrated skills and abilities. Basic Training must be provided.

Maintain Strength (MS) Demonstrated a high level of achievement (Level 4 rating of achievement); 
and Competency is important and must be maintained to achieve short or long-term strategic objectives (medium to high level of importance rating).

Development Opportunity (DO) Demonstrated a moderate or less than moderate level of achievement (Level 3 and below rating of achievement); and Competency is important to achieving short or long-term strategic objectives (Medium to high level of importance rating).

Gap Analysis Evaluate and discuss any differences in ratings for level of achievement or level of importance. Use performance examples to clarify ratings for achievement.


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