51.- Realistic Expectations – the ability to have expectations of other people that can realistically be met, either in quality of production or quality of performance.
52.- Realistic Goal Setting for Others – the ability to set goals for others that can be achieved using available resources and operating within a projected timeframe; the ability to utilize previous measurable performance in the establishing of goals or quotas.
53.- Realistic Personal Goal Setting – the ability to set goals for yourself that can be achieved using available resources and operating within a projected timeframe.
54.- Relating to Others – the ability to coordinate personal insights and knowledge of others into effective actions; the ability to make use of accurate interpersonal skills in interacting with others.
55.- Respect for Policies – the ability to see and appreciate the value of conducting business affairs according to the intent of company policies and standards.
56.- Respect for Property – the ability to see and appreciate the value of protecting and correctly using company property.
57.- Results Orientation – the ability to identify actions necessary to achieve task completion and to obtain results; the ability to meet schedules, deadlines, quotas, and performance goals.
58.- Role Awareness – your ability to see your role in the world, or within a given environment; your ability to understand the expectations placed on a position and to see clearly how those expectations are to be met.
59.- Role Confidence – the ability to develop and maintain an inner strength based on the belief that one will succeed.
60.- Seeing Potential Problems – the ability to structure current situations in an ongoing scenario and identify developments that could cause problems in the future.
61.- Self Assessment – the ability to practically and objectively identify one’s personal management strengths and weaknesses; the ability to take the skills and techniques gained in evaluating external situations and apply them to evaluating your own performance and abilities.
62.- Self Confidence – the ability to develop and maintain inner strength based on desire to succeed; a person’s belief that he or she possesses the capabilities to succeed.
63.- Self Direction – the internal drive to excel in a chosen career path; a desire to be “better” than you currently are, no matter how good you have already become.
64.- Self-Discipline and Sense of Duty – the measure of strength you have in the convictions with which you rule your own conduct; the compulsion that you have to be true to the ideals you have set for yourself.
65.- Self Esteem – the ability to realize and appreciate your own self-worth.
Self Improvement – the motivation that a person has based on the importance of improving oneself; the motivation to obtain training and educational growth opportunities.
66.- Self Management – the ability to prioritize and complete tasks in order to deliver desired outcomes within allotted time frames.
67.- Self-Starting Ability – the ability to find your own motivation for accomplishing a task, and the degree to which you will maintain this course in the face of adversity.
68.- Sense of Belonging – how motivated a person is by feeling like part of a team or a member of a group.
69.- Sense of Timing – the ability to accurately evaluate what is happening in such a way that statements, decisions, and actions are the most effective, accurate, and timely.
70.- Sensitivity to Others – the ability to be sensitive and aware of the feelings of others, but not allow this awareness to get in the way of making objective decisions.
71.- Surrendering Control – the ability to surrender control of a given situation; the ability to be comfortable in a situation where a significant portion of the responsibility for achieving a goal lies in the hands of others.
72.- Systems Judgment – the ability to be balanced in getting things accomplished within the external system of people and things within which you work; your affinity for schematic thinking.
73.- Theoretical Problem Solving – a person’s ability to apply problem solving abilities in a mental, or abstract, scenario; the ability to create, operate, and identify problems in a hypothetical situation, then to manufacture the appropriate response to resolve the problem.
74.- Understanding Attitude – the ability to “read between the lines” in understanding such things as body language, reticence, stress, and emotions.
75.- Understanding Motivational Needs – the ability to understand the needs and desires of employees enough that this knowledge may be used to motivate them to succeed; the ability to encourage a self-starting, active pursuit of goals and objectives.
76.- Understanding Prospects’ Motivations – the ability to understand the needs and desires of prospective clients and use this knowledge to help them sustain an emotional connection and motivate them to take action.
Happy New year 2018!