Rating Interpretation

40–50 Points:

The individual is very enthusiastic and is an asset to the team.

30–49 Points:

This is a solid employee who can be positive most of the time.

20–29 Points:

The level of enthusiasm might be a problem.

  0–20 Points:

Red alert! There are and will be problems.

Once the analysis has been done for each employee, the manager must ask him- or herself several questions:

1. How does this employee score on enthusiasm? It is important for a manager to think through how enthusiastic an employee is on a daily basis.

2. If the score is low, does this have a negative impact on their ability to do the job? There are people who are very skilled at the technical aspects of their work, but lack the social and ...

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