Use these practical examples of phrases, sample comments and templates for your performance review, 360 feedback survey or manager appraisal. 

The following examples not only relate to project management but also Process Management, organizing, planning, time management, priority setting, goal settingand generally handling of projects.


Example Phrases to say:

You’re doing great”:

  • You’re always the last one to leave the office and you constantly make sure everything has been returned to its place before going home. Try be more balanced with this approach. Remember to rotate these responsibilities from time to time.
  • Your really good at keeping your supervisors in the loop with regards to task progress. Well done.
  • You often propose strategies and tactics that are often easily obtainable and understood.
  • You often provide direction for development, migration and integration activities for tasks and objectives. Well done!
  • Often you provide opportunities for other to rotate their responsibilities. Well done!
  • You have a keen eye for identifying critical areas in the project and you are able to differentiate between what is vital and what is minor. Great job! try share this skill with the rest of the team.
  • You readily adhere to deadlines and production benchmarks, even when the turnaround times are tight. Well done!
  • You’re really good keeping key information readily available on your phone or PC. When managers ask for this information, you can easily recall it in a matter of minutes. Well done!
  • You regularly develop and foster business partnerships with internal partners. Well done!
  • When it comes to creating timetables you have the natural ability to organise your time and the time of others so that each deadline is met and everyone knows exactly what is required for the next steps of the project. Well done!
 

"You should of improvement":

  • Working in a disorganized fashion makes it really difficult to keep track of progress. Try work on your organisational skills.
  • You tend to use more resources than what is required. Try improve efficiencies and use less company resource.
  • You tend to leave things to the last minute and you end up working unnecessary hours to complete projects. Try manage your time in a more ordered way.
  • Too often you want to complete things in your own way. While this is ok, try make sure your way is effective and you manage to complete things on time.
  • When others have greater priorities to complete certain task, be more open to helping them and continuing on your own tasks.
  • Try be proactive on more relevant information.
  • As a project leader, you need to figure out ways of effectively and efficiently getting things done.
  • Try strategize ways around roadblocks to complete tasks in time.
  • You have the habit of arriving for staff meetings late and ill prepared. try organise your time better so that you can be more prepared for future meetings.
  • Your performance tends to decrease when you take on too many activities at once. Try complete each task one by one if you struggle with handling too many things at once.
 

"Tips to improve":

  • It's always a good idea to plan for the unexpected. Put contingency plans in place and plan for the worst.
  • It is important that meetings are beneficial and worth their time. Remember to prepare well and always arrive on time.
  • You tend to still want to print a lot of unnecessary paperwork. This adds up to piles of paper at your work space. Try automate a lot of it to streamline paperwork and unclutter your desk.
  • When scheduling meetings or deadlines, make sure they do not conflict with other due dates or other important dates. Have a look at every person's calendar before implementation.
  • You need to focus your time more. When there is work to be completed, try work without interruption. This will go along way in becoming efficient.
  • When you’re on the phone with a potential prospect, try screen them thoroughly so you understand what is that are expecting and how we can meet their requirement.
  • When you are busy, it is difficult to plan daily events without a planner. Block out periods of time in your calendar for particular events. This goes a long way in managing your time effectively.
  • Remember to prioritize tasks according to their degree of urgency. It's important that you spend the majority of your time on urgent tasks, over menial ones
  • When putting plans into place, stick to them and make sure they are completed.
  • When planning, try allocate appropriate levels of resources when undertaking new projects. It is important to become as efficient and as effective as possible.


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