April 28, 2013

KBAM: Self Assessment Practice

Paul I am inspired by your way of teaching and organizing things in such a way that they capture listener's thoughts and influence them to do it the way you want it. This last practice of self assessment was actually the best one where we had to think from your point of view and assess ourself from your perspective that where do we rank and what was asked from us? I think self assessment is the best way to analyze one's own performance and one knows where he/she stands. I am looking forward to create a similar platform in the organization where I'll be working in future and adopting similar creative ideas to be an influential leader and drive them to practice those things which will benefit them in longer term. Doing the self assessment exercise in KBAM actually revealed some strengths and areas of improvement which were never noticed and will work on them to get the most out of it.

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