Navy Midterm Strengths and Weaknesses
Professional. Maintains a professional work environment; keeps visitors without work-related business out of area allowing mates to work uninterrupted
Always on time, well rested and prepared to work
Ahead of schedule with shop qualification, keep up diligent progress
Excellent progress on training. At this rate, you'll be fully qualified in 5 months, something that has never been done before here
Competent and reliable, can be depended on to ensure assigned tasks are completed
Proactive; always anticipates tasking and prepares for them ahead of time
Assumes responsibility for quality of department products and helps enforce standards
Good communicator. Keeps supervisor apprised of all problems and status
Mature and helpful crew member; is the only Sailor who asks if anything needs to be done and volunteers for it
Team player. Volunteered for unpopular TAD.
Consistently pursuing higher education, self improvement, and more qualifications.
Freely shares hard-won knowledge with other shift members, an example to emulate
Uses free time wisely. Studies for advancement and site qualification.
Always helpful to less experienced members
Foresight prevented shortage of resources and ensured we met our goals.
Works behind the scenes, without recognition or reward, to support daily operations
Administratively talented. Keeps our technical manuals up to date and complete.
Your uniform and bearing are an example to the workcenter.
Experienced and knowledgeable. Knows what needs to be done and doesn't stop until the job is done
Diplomatic. Have a good rapport with leadership and peers.
Good leadership style; treats all members equally and with respect
Supports the Chief. Defends her position and carries out her orders without complaint.
Needs to pay more attention to uniform
Must always use safety equipment and ensure subordinates do also.
Sailor must actively participate in physical training or increase efforts in order to pass PRT
Takes advantage of LPO's absense to be consistently late for duty
Requires supervision at all times
Doesn't share his knowledge with peers; says let them crack the books like I did
All Sailors should use their chain of command to resolve issues at the lowest possible level before going to the Captain.
Exagerated or reported false accomplishments in order to make it appear that he was working when he was not
Claimed to have accomplished taskings that were physically impossible in order to make other departments look deficient
Frequently not at place of duty
Signed off on training tasks before being qualified; failed spot evaluation by QA.
Thinks being a First Class Petty Officer is a license to abuse lower ranking Sailors.
Spends too much time on phone or away from her desk
Failed to double check work and issued parts that were previously turned in
Contributed to low morale by criticizing Chief's decisions and mission parameters
Encouraged peers to take advantage of the government welfare system (disability) by documenting false physical ailments
As ranking Petty Officer, forced his captive audience to listen to his personal political views on a daily basis; wasted time and resources and lowered morale and productivity
Used his position as Det Chief to hire personal acquaintances who were not qualified for civilian positions
Set poor example for peers and subordinates by sexually harassing visiting female Sailors from outside agencies
Hid serious shortfalls until it was too late to correct them
Slept on overnight shift, leaving junior Sailors unsupervised with high voltage equipment; risked lives and unit's mission
Stole deployed Sailors' personal possessions; justified actions with claim that insurance would reimburse them for their loss
Failed to follow orders when unsupervised
Regularly shows disrespect to superiors and requires constant supervision
Petty Officer Barroga is a motivated troop but needs further training and guidance in...
PO3 has unlimited potential but requires more experience before working alone.
Must realize the importance of finishing assigned tasks without supervision
Failed to use time wisely, consistently failed to complete duty assignments
Needs to be consistent with leadership style and maintain formality when in presence of Sailors
An excellent technician but needs to work on tact and communication skills
Failed to keep track of the Sailors under his supervision.