Technical Skills: Use these sample phrases to craft meaningful performance evaluations, drive change and motivate your workforce.
Technical Skills are the abilities and knowledge mostly related to mechanical, IT, scientific and mathematical needed to perform specific tasks in the workplace.
Technical Skills: Exceeds Expectations Phrases
- Recognized by colleagues and clients as being a functional and technical expert
- Trains others in an area of expertise and always shares knowledge with colleagues
- Produces excellent results in complex fields of expertise and performs complex tasks as if they are simple
- Always ahead of others in keeping technical skills current and in learning new complex skills
- Possesses multiple certifications in a wide range of technical fields
- Demonstrates exceptional knowledge about how complex systems and processes work
- Always a step ahead of others in working with new systems
- Demonstrates exceptional professionalism and confidence when solving complicated issues and always welcomes new challenges
- Possesses an exceptional ability to learn new technologies quickly and apply them successfully
- Demonstrates outstanding ability to operate a wide range of devices and machines
Technical Skills: Meets Expectations Phrases
- Welcomes chances to learn new skills and seeks for opportunities that enhance knowledge in existing skills
- Encourages colleagues to undergo training in new areas of expertise and to share their knowledge with others
- Shows interest to understand how complex systems and processes work
- Seeks for assistance when solving complicated problems and does not shy away from new challenges
- Shows willingness to learn how to work with new systems
- Makes enough effort to enhance the ability to operate a wide range of devices and machines
- Demonstrates basic understanding of coding and programming and can design simple programs
- Knows the basics of troubleshooting and maintaining basic devices and machines
- Understands how to follow technical specifications when designing new systems
- Shows willingness to learn new technologies and makes an effort to remain updated with technology
Technical Skills: Needs Improvement Phrases
- Lags behind others in keeping technical skills current and has a negative attitude towards learning complex skills
- Demonstrates little knowledge about how complex systems and processes work
- Always lags behind others in working with new and complex systems
- Does not train others in an area of expertise and hardly shares knowledge with colleagues
- Lacks enough confidence when solving complicated issues and hardly welcomes new challenges
- Does not understand the basics of coding and programming and is always unable to design simple programs
- Produces poor results in complex tasks and takes too much time working on simple tasks
- Does not understand how to follow technical specifications when designing new systems
- Slow at learning new technologies and makes little effort to remain updated with technology
- Does not know the basics of troubleshooting and maintaining basic devices and machines
Technical Skills: Self Evaluation Questions
- Have you ever made suggestions that improved an existing technical system?
- Can you describe a time when you saved time by applying your technical skills to automate a process?
- What do you to ensure that your technical skills are current?
- Can you describe your experience with using new systems? Which challenges did you face and how did you solve them?
- What are you doing to improve your ability to troubleshoot and maintain basic devices and machines?
- Have you ever attempted to apply your technical skills to create a new and working system from scratch?
- What efforts are you making to learn new technologies and remain updated with technology?
- Have you ever failed to follow technical instructions when using a new system? What did you do to improve?
- What efforts are you making to learn more about coding and programming?
- How often do you train others in your area of expertise and how often do you share your knowledge?