of behavior that would typify this rating
time is spent on activities not related to job.
- Does not establish
- Individual priorities
do not support Library priorities.
time management affects other staff members' ability to do their jobs.
- Lack of organization
of individual work area leads to inefficiencies.
unnecessary complications into tasks.
- Often misses
requires supervisory intervention to ensure time is used appropriately.
puts individual priorities ahead of Library priorities.
- Usually identifies
priorities and spends time and effort appropriately.
- Normally recognizes
priority conflicts and consults with supervisor or team members.
- Typically provides
supervisor or team members with progress reports on major projects.
- Routinely manages
time to meet deadlines.
- Usually on time
for Library meetings.
- Normally prepared
to participate in Library meetings.
keeps supervisor or team members apprised of possible factors that
may prevent timely completion of key activities.
tasks within their authority.
- Suggests modifications
of procedures to increase efficiencies.
- Uses most appropriate
form of communication to speed up completion of tasks.
- With great consistency:
-On time for Library meetings.
-Prepared for Library meetings.
-Identifies priorities and spends time and effort appropriately.
-Keeps supervisor apprised of possible factors that may prevent timely
completion of key activities.
-Provides supervisor with progress reports on major projects.
-Recognizes priority conflicts and consults with supervisor.
-Efforts to improve efficiency incorporate an awareness of impacts
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