Concrete Organization: Use these sample phrases to craft meaningful performance evaluations, drive change and motivate your workforce.
Concrete Organization is the ability to organize your life and those who surround you in a way that it is easy to meet targets or identify where every needful item is placed.
Concrete Organization: Exceeds Expectations Phrases
- Is a good planner; sets out specific tasks for completion or accomplishment and approaches those tasks with intention
- Prioritizes tasks in order to get the most important items completed first and to optimize one's own production
- Is keen on managing time; makes the best use of one's time in order to get as much accomplished as possible during a certain time frame.
- Possesses a strong detail orientation ability; focuses on the small things that make a task complete in order to fulfill every aspect of that task
- Easily adapts to new problems, and readjusts as needed in order to solve the problem or accomplish a task
- Thinks quickly and plans on how and when to use strategies for dealing with distraction, procrastination, and even unplanned events
- Is able to process information faster, translate thoughts into articulate and clear communication, and focus on details correctly
- Develops physical solutions and sensible strategies for facilitating cleanliness, workflow, and efficiency in the workplace
- Is focus oriented; builds a focus on a certain goal that one wishes to achieve and alienates oneself from any distractions in between
- Possesses great multitasking skills; is able to work and deliver results on different tasks and projects at the same time
Concrete Organization: Meets Expectations Phrases
- Uses a scheduler or planner to outline important activities or meetings in order to get most value from each activity
- Stores spontaneous information that can easily be forgotten by taking notes in order to increase one's own productivity
- Keeps track of items as they are used, and makes sure that they are returned to their respective places after use
- Gives and accepts appropriate delegation, follows directions and communicates clearly with other employees and clients in general
- Marks timelines to achieve or complete a certain project or task and tries one's best to achieve/complete it on time
- Observes high level of neatness; files and keeps records of items to prevent them from getting lost or misplaced
- Reviews one's emails, deletes unwanted messages and highlights those that need urgent response in order to keep planning and organizational goals on track
- Devises charts and graphs depicting various company trends in advance of a presentation to the management team
- Analyzes the factors or causes contributing to an unwanted situation and generates a set of alternative interventions to end the situation
- Creates daily and weekly lists and crosses off tasks once they are completed in order to stay on track and feel motivated
Concrete Organization: Needs Improvement Phrases
- Is highly undependable and unreliable; confuses dates, mixes up tasks and projects, and misses deadlines
- Does not keep one's own working space neat and functional; has to rummage through documents on one's desk in order to find a specific document
- Fails to prioritize tasks that need to be completed first thus, fails to meet the deadline of most tasks
- Finds oneself constantly rushing from one task to another or from one appointment to another
- Misses out on minor aspects of a project and often overlooks parts of one's assigned work
- Lacks good information presentation skills; does not take time to convert complex information into a clear piece that everyone understands
- Struggles to define goals that meet the company objectives; often sets goals that can not easily be achieved
- Keeps on putting off tasks and projects, even when one knows what needs to be done thus, is unable to meet important deadlines
- Constantly falls behind in tasks and has to work extra hard to catch up
- Spends so much time trying to prepare and make sure that one performs perfectly thus, goes incredibly slow on tasks
Concrete Organization: Self Evaluation Questions
- Have you ever adjusted your style when it was not meeting objectives or colleagues were not responding effectively? How did you go about it?
- How do you decide what task or project needs to be done fast when scheduling your time?
- How do you make sure all tasks are done perfectly and that all meet deadlines? How do you manage to meet the deadlines?
- What do you do when a schedule is interrupted suddenly? Give an instance when this happened at work
- Can you describe how you develop a project plan or your team's goals? How do you ensure these goals are met?
- Have you ever been in a situation where you had to handle three tasks at one time? How did you set priorities?
- What have you done to make sure that you are effective with your organization and planning?
- How do you prepare for a presentation and how do you make sure that your information is delivered clearly and concisely?
- How do you help your colleagues meet deadlines when everyone is overloaded with work?
- When given an important task or project to handle, how do you approach it?