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  • 1. netBiog of Mr Mwaniki Frederick Kariuki (Kariuki) http://www.netbiog.com/OutputWindows/Generic.aspx?WindowLocator... Home What is a netBiog? Open Account Organisations Individuals About Us Help Welcome: kisfred@yaho.. Home Page Logout Profile Name: 10132.162604 Stage, View Title: Competencies based on self-rating Mwaniki Frederick Kariuki's Contributors The chart below shows how you have rated yourself. Your inputs have been grouped into competencies which are known to be important to success at work. Maximum Rating 3.0 Adequate Data Limited Data Commitment to Results 1.5 Innovation 2.3 Analytical Thinking 2.0 Stakeholder Focus 2.3 Developing Others 2.3 Effective Communication 2.0 Inclusiveness 2.0 Awareness of Others 3.0 Inner Strength 2.8 Personal Effectiveness 2.5 Self Awareness 2.3 Understanding this Chart Remember that these results are based on your own view of yourself. Other people may see you differently, so you will gain greater value from the outputs by showing them to trusted friends, colleagues or a mentor. The length of each bar indicates how frequently you demonstrate this competency. Each one is based on an average from your self-assessment on several similar behaviours. The maximum possible score is three, and the ratings range from ‘rarely’ (0) to ‘always’ (3). Limited Data Explanation Any competencies where you have provided limited data are marked with a red ‘limited data’ symbol. This is because you have said you have little experience of these competencies, so the results should be treated with caution. Back 1 of 1 4/23/2009 6:44 PM