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My Clock - Your Clock - Their Clock

21 Vital (step up) Leadership Qualities (+13)

Empower Your Staff Like a Special Forces Team or Combat Pilots Do

Personality is the Key

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This is an excerpt from the end of:

"My Clock - Your Clock - Their Clock"

By: JD McKay 

 

NOTE:

As you review, each of the following good and bad clock traits

have a pen or pencil handy and jot down the name

or names of co-workers that come to mind. 

 

 Enjoy the new view of My Clock, Your Clock, Their Clock.

 

Also, be aware that each good VS bad clock trait has a value which

represents the opposite ends of a scale -10 through -01, to zero,

and then on through +01 through +10. Therefore, you might

observe and rate Mary as +09 on the #11 A/B clock trait,

and you may feel Bob, is currently a -10 on the #41 A/B clock trait, and so on.

Once you do this work and evaluate the individual's scores, trait by trait,

you will be able to identify, confirm, educate, attitude adjust, motivate,

and plan to reward or further develop your winning team. 

 

So, here are the Discovery Scenarios:

Minute Traits of Great Employees A=Good

VS

B=Bad Minute Traits of Terrible Employees

 

1a. is willing to work and wants to advance the company.

1b. is not willing to work to advance the company, and just wants a paycheck or benefits.

 

2a. works independently and communicates their progress.

2b. works independently, but becomes territorial and resists communicating their progress.

 

3a. demonstrates their initiative in the absence of direct supervision or direction.

3b. stands around idle while waiting to be told what to do next.

 

4a. is a proactive problem solver and shares ideas.

4b. they are selective problem solvers, when it suits them. They are slow to engage and slower to share their ideas.

 

5a. handles boredom and monotony by seeking out assignments or projects.

5b. hides and disappears from their unwanted job assignments and pretends to be busy while working slowly, inefficiently, or not at all.

 

6a. is willing and able to follow a planned routine or schedule.

6b. is unwilling to follow the routine or schedule and feel insulted or belittled by such.

 

7a. responds appropriately and with a good attitude when undesirable tasks and assignments are issued.

7b. is unwilling or resistant to have tasks reassigned and responds inappropriately when undesirable tasks and assignments are issued.

 

8a. keeps working and carries their fair share of the work even when feeling ill, sad or blue. 

8b. slows down their work effort and is willing to have unfinished work dumped upon others even though they could have completed their own workload.

 

9a. they follow standing operating procedures until approved changes are established.

9b. tends to abandon, discount, or ignore standard operation procedures in favor of their own singular wisdom.

 

10a. they pay strict attention to the primary work or job at hand.

10b. they become distracted or overwhelmed, loosing sight of the primary job at hand.

 

11a. has good accuracy with their work output.

11b. has poor accuracy and widely varied work output.

 

12a. they verify activities and check the quality of the work, and take responsibility for it.

12b. does not verify activity or check the quality of work for various unacceptable reasons.

 

13a. is willing to redo tasks.

13b. is unwilling, slow and/or resistant to redo tasks.

 

14a. they demonstrate the appropriate use of work materials, equipment, and company safety procedures.

14b. is not consistent in the proper use of work materials, equipment, and ignores or short cuts safety procedures.

 

15a. they use appropriate language for their audience and possess a rich vocabulary.

15b. they use inappropriate or street language regardless of their audience and exhibit a limited vocabulary.

 

16a. is empathetic towards others and stays away from gossip.

16b. is narcissistic and loves to gossip about anyone and anything.

 

17a. separates personal and work issues while at work.

17b. has fuzzy boundaries and cannot separate personal and work issues while at work.

 

18a. has a healthy curiosity and imagination.

18b. has a limited curiosity and imagination or motivation for such.

 

19a. they develop their own abilities, talents and skills.

19b. they do not invest in developing their own abilities, talents and skills.

 

20a. is an effective listener and always verifies intent and meaning.

20b. is an ineffective listener because they assume they understand and do not verify.

 

21a. they are willing to consider new ideas and reflect on these things.

21b. is slow to consider new ideas and does not reflect on or resists these ideas.

 

22a. is willing and able to stay on topic or task.

22b. is always looking for a reason to breakaway from the topic or task.

 

23a. the person speaking to them has their full attention.

23b. they ignore the speaker and use body language to show their contempt or intolerance of the speaker and the speaker’s message. They make light of the message and the speaker.

 

24a. maintains appropriate eye contact.

24b. maintains inappropriate eye contact (staring) or constantly looks down or away.

 

25a. acknowledges the person speaking with positive feedback and questions.

25b. they disrespect the person speaking and cannot wait to speak, even to interrupting.

 

26a. listens for the speaker's main idea(s) and tries to understand.

26b. often misses the speaker's main idea(s) because of daydreaming and fake attention.

 

27a. is respectful of the messenger regardless of the overall delivery.

27b. displays disrespect and/or inpatients with the speaker or messenger because of the delivery or method of delivery.

 

28a. recognize and use appropriate nonverbal communication and therefore is socially accepted.

28b. does not recognize and use proper nonverbal communication and therefore is often out of step socially, and rejected socially.

 

29a. is willing and able to follow directions.

29b. is unable to follow directions because they do not listen or feel they will eventually figure it out.

 

30a. is able to retain directions over time.

30b. has short-term memory loss, forgets over time, or does not pay enough attention to the directions given.

 

31a. they make an effort to get along with co-workers, supervisors, and customers.

31b. has challenges with co-workers, supervisors, and customers too often.

 

32a. has good physical hygiene habits.

32b. has poor physical hygiene like; wrinkled, torn, or dirty clothing; body odor, bad breath; dirty fingernails....

 

33a. they dress appropriately for the work environment and to the company standards.

33b. they dress inappropriately for the work environment and company standards. They do not seem to notice or they do not care.

 

34a. is on time for work and ready to start working.

34b. is often late for work and rarely in place and completely ready to start working.

 

35a. has good attendance.

35b. has poor attendance.

 

36a. is cooperative, flexible and friendly.

36b. is uncooperative, combative, rigid and defensive.

 

37a. they accept the professional process of constructive criticism from supervisors.

37b. they resist and/or reject most criticism or suggestions from supervisors.

 

38a. they remain composed and calm during criticism, discipline, or retraining. 38b. is easily up set or rattled, often becoming combative and resistant during the correction, discipline, or retraining.

 

39a. they remain proactive, respectful, polite, and thoughtful during the correction, discipline, or retraining process.

39b. becomes defensive and argumentative during criticism, discipline, or retraining.

 

40a. they ask questions until an understanding is achieved from the criticism, discipline, or retraining offered by supervisors and managers.

40b. they never ask questions and blame others for their own misunderstandings and failings.

 

41a. they speak up about their feelings, if any, resulting from the criticism, discipline, or retraining process.

41b. clams up, explodes, or becomes passive aggressive rather than speaking up about their feelings.

 

42a. admits it when they make a mistake and is willing to explore solutions. 42b. rarely admits making a mistake and/or takes responsibility for it.

 

43a. is willing and able to do it over and do it better.

43b. is resistant to do the job over or in attempting to do it much better than they did before.

 

44a. acknowledges aloud that they will do the job, but need further clarifications.

44b. they walk away complaining without stating they will do the job.

 

45a. during the rebuttal process they state the problem, as they see it, in a friendly and respectful way.

45b. becomes defensive and resistant to accepting responsibility or for finding a better understanding for the stated problem.

 

46a. restates to the supervisor the instructions as they understand them (feed it back).

46b. they give fake acknowledgement and try to just figure it out, rather than ask for an explanation of the instructions.

 

47a. is willing and able to listen to others and examine various viewpoints. 47b. is unwilling to listen to others and suffers from tunnel vision.

 

48a. has an appropriate sense of humor and is sensitive to other people’s feelings.

48b. they use humor in an inappropriate way and in unprofessional ways which lead to humiliation, disrespect, and harassment's.

 

49a. is willing and able to give and take praise or positive feedback.

49b. is unwilling and resistant to give or receive praise or positive feedback.

 

50a. is careful about giving criticism or judging others.

50b. judges and criticizes others, and has entitlement and/or self esteem issues.

 

51a. is willing and able to keep an open mind.

51b. has a closed mind.

 

52a. is willing and able to face their frustration and anger appropriately.

52b. is unwilling and unable to face their frustrations and anger appropriately, often seeking revenge.

 

53a. they deal with the stated problems and issues without personal deflections.

53b. they use deflections and try to debate to avoid dealing with the stated problems, issues, and responsibilities.

 

54a. they act assertively.

54b. prefers aggressive or passive-aggressive acts rather than assertive and/or honest exchanges.

 

55a. they maintain a positive can do attitude.

55b. maintains a negative or pessimistic attitude, often bringing down others (Crab's Theory of Life).

 

56a. is interested in people and is a team player.

56b. is self absorbed and/or afraid of people and is not a team player.

 

57a. is honest.

57b. is deceptive even to self.

 

58a. they know or are eager to learn their job.

58b. has difficulty learning and knowing their job especially if the system is fluid.

 

59a. they advance them self through training & education opportunities, personal sacrifice and personal effort.

59b. they do not advance them self or volunteer for training and educational opportunities.

 

60a. is willing and able to seek out help when needed.

60b. they tend to hide results cover up or deflect instead of asking for help. They believe asking for help is a failure or a show of weakness, or incompetence.

By: JD McKay

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