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Self-reviews

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The five Ws of self-reviews. Writing effective self-reviews.

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Self-reviews

  1. 1. Self-Reviews
  2. 2. Mihai Bîrsan Level 2 from Iași, Romania 4 GPs under the belt so far Managing a team of 6 people at work Tracing Ezio's footsteps "da Firenze a Venezia"
  3. 3. Agenda 1.The Five ❛Ws❜ of Self-Reviews 2.Writing Effective Self-Reviews 3.Exercise 4.Quick Tips Goal: To get you started on your first self-review.
  4. 4. Exercise Prep Think back to a goal you set yourself for 2016. Write it down at the top of your notebook.
  5. 5. The Five ❛Ws❜ of Self-Reviews
  6. 6. "Self-reviews are a written form of self assessment, much like the review is a written form of feedback."
  7. 7. Why ●self-assessment leads to self-development ●helps determine or remember details about your evolution over time ●may be required by promotion processes ●(Why right now?) practice makes perfect
  8. 8. Who Depending on the context ●for yourself (self-reflection and growth) ●your regional coordinator, or your manager ●a committee for L3 or job promotion
  9. 9. What Depends on the audience, but always: ●achievements (usually tied to goals) ●strengths ●areas for improvement
  10. 10. When ●periodically (usually yearly) ●upon accomplishing a goal ●after completing a project or having participated in an event
  11. 11. Where Choose a place where: ●you can think by yourself (avoid distractions) ●you don't feel self-conscious Eg. On the plane, flying back from a GP.
  12. 12. Writing Effective Self-Reviews
  13. 13. Steps to effective self-reviews self-assessment (gather information) reasoning (make sense of the information) follow-up (act on the information)
  14. 14. Collecting and making sense of data sources from personal experiences from feedback from measurable data make connections ask for advice
  15. 15. Elements of an effective self-review achievements and strengths misses and areas of improvement conclusions new/updated goals
  16. 16. ●keep it complete yet concise ●be proud yet honest ●make it easy to read Don't overdo it
  17. 17. How to get started follow the steps one by one (don't try to write it all at once) start broad (list all the goals) then dive deep (link data to goals and evaluate)
  18. 18. Exercises
  19. 19. Exercise Get into groups of 3 and do the following: 🕔 10 min Write a review of your progress based on the goal selected at the beginning 🕐 1 min Read a review of another in the group 🕒 3 min ×3 In turn, discuss each of the reviews ○What was written well? ○What could be improved in the assessment?
  20. 20. Exercise 🕔 10 min Write a review of your progress based on the goal selected at the beginning
  21. 21. Exercise 🕐 1 min Read a review of another in the group
  22. 22. Exercise 🕒 3 min Discuss the first review (1 of 3) ○What was written well? ○What could be improved in the assessment?
  23. 23. Exercise 🕒 3 min Discuss the second review (2 of 3) ○What was written well? ○What could be improved in the assessment?
  24. 24. Exercise 🕒 3 min Discuss the third review (3 of 3) ○What was written well? ○What could be improved in the assessment?
  25. 25. Quick Tips for Effective Self-Reviews
  26. 26. The Steps of Writing Self-Reviews 1.Assess yourself 2.Question yourself 3.Improve yourself
  27. 27. Quick-Start Your Self-Review 1.List all of your goals 2.Write down achievements and misses for each of them 3.Write down the strengths and areas for improvement you exhibited 4.Update your goals or create new ones
  28. 28. Thank you! The End. Questions?

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