This Category shows how people perceive you, regarding your professional development, which includes your growth and training, your character traits and how much of a team player you are. It also measures the level of service and quality you bring to your work, the level of trust people have in you and your work performance and measures your general attitude at the workplace.

Here is where your attitude in relation to work and your work environment is measured, so, more than just changing what you need to do, it's important to focus on how you do it and see if there is room for improvement.

This Category closely evaluates how things are done and our co-worker’s perception regarding our attitude. If you obtained a low score in this dimension, you’ll have to work on improving your skills and becoming more attuned to the group's needs.

This is the Category in which people evaluate your leadership, your teamwork and your general participation within your workgroups. In other words, it evaluates how you work with others, how often you do the correct thing and think about the greater good, rather than individual gratification. This Category will show your contribution to the team and company in general, how much you’re willing to listen, grow and work with others in order to achieve common goals.

HOW TO IMPROVE PERSONAL PERFORMANCE?

1. Maintain a life balance.

To improve your results in this area, it's important to separate work and personal life and create a healthy balance between the two. Keep in mind that to do well, you need to keep your personal life in order and try to leave your personal problems outside the office. Keep the level of stress to the minimum or else you may find yourself thinking about personal concerns rather than focusing on the work that needs to be done. As a result, you need to develop the skill of focusing on your work without your personal problems affecting your performance.

2. Enthusiasm.

This is crucial in order to achieve a high performance, as it makes you feel good, increases your motivation and allows you to enjoy what you are doing. A lack of motivation may be due to not liking your job (changing jobs could be a possible solution) or other reasons that can often be solved. reasons that can often be solved. For example, a poor organization may turn enjoyable work into a burden and elevated stress. Take a look at what you don't like in order to transform your work life and ask yourself: “what changes should I make with work, my team or myself?”, “which new skills do I need to learn in order to keep moving forward?”, “what type of task that I do like can I do more of?”

These questions will give you a new perspective and opportunity to say “thank you” to that which you do not like and wish to transform. But for this, you have to be willing to learn new skills and advance in your work life through constant professional improvement.

3. Positive attitude and Emotional Intelligence.

Staying positive and properly managing your emotions are important skills to have in the workplace. Having a bad attitude or constant bad mood could lead to people not feeling comfortable working with you, them not taking you seriously or even rejecting you. Also remember that how you feel reflects how you perceive life, so be conscious about your emotional states. Do you remember the first time you fell in love? Do you remember how everything seemed brighter and happier? That’s because you saw life with optimism, happiness and positive attitude. Have a look at how positive you are when arriving at work. Any Monday blues? Do you feel grateful to have this job? This strongly affects your performance at work, so bring a kinder attitude to work and focus on people's attributes rather than their flaws.

4. Set up goals, organization and time management.

To get somewhere, it’s important to know where you're headed. Setting up long-term or short-term goals can lead to better performance and to a feeling of direction. Also seek to organize your time in the most efficient way possible by using planners and schedules. Make sure that your work goals are 100% aligned with those of your supervisors, leaders and coworkers. Don’t forget that it’s important to shine together as a whole, as a team, and create synergy within the company. Also make sure that your goals and objectives are quantifiable, measurable, achievable and have a defined time for implementation. This will make your goals much more powerful. A goal without a set date or that cannot be quantified is simply a dream in disguise.

5. Manage interruptions.

Nowadays, with mobile phones, emails and social media, it becomes a lot more difficult to do our jobs without any interruptions, which can affect our professional performance negatively. It's necessary to minimize interruptions of any kind, especially when certain tasks require undivided attention and concentration. Every time you get interrupted, it takes time to recover your workflow, which makes your work performance less productive. The ability to manage your interruptions will make you a more focused person, meaning that your work will not only be faster, but of better quality as well. One of the most important skills you can develop in order to become more efficient, is discerning and choosing whether to allow the interruption or not.

6. Communication.

How you communicate with others can be crucial to increasing productivity in certain aspects of your work. Indeed, if you are friendly, approachable and maintain good relations with coworkers, then your peers will be more available to you in case of help. Some recommendations: show interest in the people you work with, keep your team members informed about the important things you are doing and don’t hesitate to ask about what you don't know. Learn how to be clear when communicating, articulate your messages in a simple and objective way and make sure that your team members correctly understand what you want. The idea is to express yourself as clearly and briefly as possible.

7. Sleep well and eat healthy foods.

If you want your brain to thrive, you need to nourish your body correctly, which also includes exercise and sleep. When you rest enough hours for you to recuperate, you instantly feel better and more tolerant towards others. It also allows us to express our best self in front of others. Your performance is affected by everything that happens in your life, so, you need to improve in every area of your life and take care of your body and soul in order to improve your performance at work. Find ways to keep a healthy social, emotional, physical and spiritual life and these adjustments will make a huge difference in how you perform in all areas of your life.

SubCategories of Performance:

Individual:

This measures the perception of the individual performance and if the company provides the team members with the necessary information, clarity, tools, training, supervision, direction, and autonomy to carry out the work.

Leader:

This measures the quality of the managers' performance. How good they are at their job, communicating and giving feedback to their team. How open are the leaders to receiving questions and suggestions and how much interest do they have in their teams, both professionally and personally.

Organization:

Here we measure the perception of the performance of the company. We measure the perceived quality of its products and services, how efficient the company is in producing said products and services and whether the organization is or will be a leader in its segment.

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