Consistency and Reliability: Use these examples for setting employee performance goals. Help your employees master this skill with 5 fresh ideas that drive change.
Consistency and Reliability are the ability to be trusted to do what you do best all the time with or without supervision and without failure to produce results.
Consistency and Reliability: Set Goals for your Employees. Here are some examples:
- Constantly check with one's supervisors and other employees for work to be done after finishing one's task
- Learn to make promises and keep them in order to avoid losing one's own credibility, dependability, and integrity
- Show up when one is supposed to and complete tasks and projects within the allotted time frame
- Consider maintaining a schedule book or appointment card or an electronic device with reminders to help one be on time
- Work on aspects of reliability such as keeping promises, punctuality and consistently doing good work in order to build trust
- Be faithful and learn to keep other employees secrets in order to build a strong working relationship and a strong team
- Know how one's actions affect others and own up to one's mistakes in order to earn respect and become more reliable
- Make the necessary effort to meet deadlines on time or ahead of schedule and stop blaming others for missed deadlines or tasks not done
- Show willingness to lend a hand on occasion, share one's knowledge and expertise with others and work together for the good of the company
- Be responsible for one's tasks and responsibilities; perform every element of one's job responsibilities to the best of one's ability
Consistency and Reliability: Improve and master this core skill with these ideas
- Manage commitments -Reliability does not mean you say yes to everyone. On the contrary, reliable people are discreet when they make promises to others. Underestimating the value of your commitment brings problems in the entire team. It is important that workers learn to keep their word when it comes to engagement.
- Communicate effectively - Communication does not take surprises. Effective communication cannot be emphasized enough. In the case of commitments made, it is always wise to communicate when unexpected situations come up, and the commitments are not kept. Do not wait until the last minute to state your position, the earlier, the better. Respond to emails and inquiries within the same day or at least in 24 hours. Only stand out for practicing effective communication. Let the rest of the workforce know that they can rely on you to speak the truth at all times. Telling the truth even when we are in to blame for things not done is of great importance.
- Begin and Finish - Taking initiative and completing the projects shows reliability and success. The best way to finish strong is to start high. Keep your words simple but flow them up with action. It is very rare to find many who finish strong, be the exception and rise above any excuses.
- Value time, both yours and others' - Be a good time keeper and keep your promises to everyone. Being on time shows that you value others as well as your own time and that you are a person of your own words. Anytime you are late you are simply saying "I don't value you."
- Stand for what you value - Your values dictate your behavior, not the circumstances you are under or how you feel. Being reliable not only means doing what you say it also means doing what is right regardless of any situation that comes up. A competent person does not have to be told what to do, just like parents do not have to be reminded to provide or take care of their families.