PM/E Excellence Rating scale - Senior PM/E

Welcome to the Part II of the PM/E Excellence - Sernior Level Survey

Please read and respond to each statement using the rating scale to indicate your perceived level of expertise for each one. We encourage you to be as honest as possible as your responses will be combined with those of your Manager for the creation of customized development recommendation and action plan.

Use the following rating scale to indicate your  level of experience for each of the following statements:

1 = Emerging; new or inexperienced

2 = Skilled; able to do this with minimal supervision

3 = Leader; able to do this without supervision

4 = Executive; able to do this without supervision and can train others

The rating scale is shown with each statement however this is the only page with full description.

Please ensure you're clear on the level of experience for each number on the scale before continuing.

Section 7: Leading the Business

Demonstrating understanding of the market place by preparing bids and communications with customers that are action-oriented and reflect market knowledge.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Experience in identifying a customer's anticipated future needs, and discussing these with them as value-added solutions.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Demonstrating awareness of risk management by building contingency plans into estimates and project plans.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Reviewing completed projects to assess underlying values, practices, and assumptions, and challenge your views to develop new ideas for upcoming projects.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Seeking out and acting on customer feedback.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Continually looking for ways to increase revenue and profit by actively seeking out new business opportunities, and tapping into your network, and challenging the status quo.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Proactively trying new approaches that involve challenging the status quo, introduces improvements or improved results with your team.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Partnering with divisional representatives at Houle to influence high-quality sales relationships with the customer.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Seeking input and support from others for considering the impact of the decision on stakeholders before making a big decision.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Please tell us if you'd like more information about Leading the Business in general, and if there are any specific areas not covered here with which you'd appreciate some additional coaching.

Section 8: Project Management and Communication

Continually striving for excellence by holding yourself accountable for delivering high-quality work.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Successfully managing priorities, goals, and schedules when experiencing delays, project set backs and/or conflicts which have caused your project to go off track.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Confident in understanding and managing the relationship between owner, architect, GC, owner's representatives and engineers during your project(s).

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Proficiency in using the Coupa procurement application.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Using active listening skills to really understand stakeholder needs, concerns, and questions.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Fostering trust and honesty through clearly communicating project goals and expectations with project teams.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Adjusting your speaking voice to the audience and occasion so your audience understands you. e.g. vocal volume, clarity, and variety.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Using body language effectively to demonstrate openness, interest and encouragement in others.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Please tell us if you'd like more information about Project Management and Communication,  in general, and if there are any specific areas not covered here with which you'd appreciate some additional coaching.

Section 9: Leading Self & Others

Maintaining an active role in building the PM/E community by sharing your knowledge and experience with others on your team.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Engaging others on the Project Team(s) to working cooperatively to complete projects and achieve common goals.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Openness to receiving feedback and asking clarifying questions on estimating reviews and applying what you've learned to current and future projects.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Handling the varying degrees of stress you experience from your project(s).

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Engaging with others on your team for their input on difficult or challenging or stressful situations.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Setting SMART goals with your manager. (SMART goals are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time-bound)

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Achieving SMART goals set with your manager. (SMART goals are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time-bound)

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Setting SMART goals with your direct reports and discussing with them how their goals align to the strategic vision.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Motivating direct reports to leverage each other's knowledge and experience to exceed goals and learn from each other in general.

  • 1 - Emerging
  • 2 - Skilled
  • 3 - Leader
  • 4 - Executive

Please tell us if you'd like more information about Leading Self & Others in general, and if there are any specific areas not covered here with which you'd appreciate some additional coaching.