CADDManager on March 18th, 2015
This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Character and Skills

Let’s take a look at the next set of characteristics.

Having a Plan B – Defines back out strategy as part of planning. Quickly develops options if things derail.  Is not overly optimistic to the point of not thinking about things going wrong.  Knows when to put plan B into action.

Team Player – Works well with others, hands off work, delegates, delivers on time, reports progress.  Teamwork can be defined in many ways – here is something I wrote on it a while back – What is Teamwork?

Innovation – Thinks about new tools and methods that might improve the organization. Combines existing processes and methods into new approaches. Refines existing procedures to make them work even better.

Dedication – Completes tasks and projects 100%. Strive to not have to do things twice or return to a problem that was left uncompleted. Stays focused on a problem or task until it is done.  Sets aside other tasks when needed to work on critical items.

More to come.

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