Rating Yourself Is Important to Growth

Rating Yourself Is Important to Growth

By Discovery Lean Six Sigma

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Personal improvement is important.  It shows others a person is will to take a hard look at themselves and hold themselves accountable for their actions.

When others see a person doing this it can cause them to take action to improve.  This is what happened with me.

I saw my colleague rating herself on skills she wanted to improve every day.  I asked her how she was going about the work.  It led to a good discussion and me taking action.

Here is a simple way to do it.

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Understand what skills you want to improve and then create a  daily chart.  At the end of each day take a couple of minutes to rate yourself based on a predetermined rating system.

Even if you don’t do anything to improve the skill that day, it will be top of mind everyday as you rate yourself.  Pretty soon you will be noticing you haven’t done anything on a skill.  Then you will start thinking about it during the day.  You become more conscious of when to apply the skill you are working on.

Before you know it, the skill will become second nature.


Filed under: Improvement, My Continuous Improvement, Uncategorized Tagged: Continuous Improvement, Learning, Skill



Original: https://beyondlean.wordpress.com/2016/05/25/rating-yourself-is-important-to-growth/
By: Matt Wrye
Posted: May 25, 2016, 12:00 pm

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