How you understand and treat others. Your integrity and ethics.
- You're polite and respectful to others and when speaking about others.
- You're learning about your own strengths and weaknesses.
- You often fail to put yourself in other people's shoes when considering other points of views.
- You have a good understanding of your own strengths and weaknesses.
- You're mostly able to put yourself in other people's shoes when considering other points of views.
- You put yourself in other people's shoes and can identify how people arrived at their point of view.
- You have an understanding of where other people's strengths and weaknesses are.
- You have a deep understanding of what drives others and how best to work with them.
- You teach others and drive forwards initiatives aimed at raising the emotional intelligence of the entire organisation.
- You sometimes find blame in others.
- You often need to be reminded of things you have committed to.
- You honour basic commitments to the team, e.g. showing up to meetings on time.
- You avoid blaming yourself or others.
- You occasionally need reminding of things that you have committed to.
- You proactively communicate bad news without blame.
- You usually need no reminder to do things you have committed to.
- You proactively communicate bad news, often with a plan on to best mitigate.
- You're widely regarded as someone who needs no reminder to do a task they've committed to.
- You have a strong reputation in the organisation for your integrity, ethics, and doing the right thing even in the face of adversity.