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Manages Execution**

Consistently maintains a high level of action and results while working with effectiveness and determination.

* This competency pertains specifically to UF Advancement.

Behavior Statements

Proficiency Level 1 - Basic understanding

Executes plans effectively to meet expectations.

Demonstrates resilience, commitment, and tenacity in the face of obstacles.

Shows persistence, energy, drive, and passion when pursuing individual and departmental goals.

Delivers on established metrics and expected results.

Proficiency Level 2 - Working experience

Prepares, plans, and prioritizes activities with passion, focus, and discipline.

Takes the initiative to execute plans and partners with colleagues or leadership for support and guidance.

Executes actions with urgency while balancing persistence with patience.

Proficiency Level 3 - Extensive experience

Identifies problems, analyzes issues, removes obstacles, and seeks ways to turn challenges around.

Anticipates the need to redirect and reframe situations to bring beneficial outcomes for the department and organization.

Pursues goals relentlessly and follows through consistently to drive completion and results.

Proficiency Level 4 - Subject matter depth and breadth

Seeks innovative ways to exceed targeted goals in light of obstacles with resilience, commitment, and tenacity

Helps colleagues and others find ways to achieve their goals and targets for the overall good of the organization.

Interview Questions

  • Share a project/task you were involved in where you faced a major obstacle. Was this obstacle anticipated or unanticipated? How did you overcome this obstacle?
  • Describe your approach to prioritization in a high performance culture. How do you manage multiple projects and ensure your priorities align with the departmental goals?
  • What has been your biggest accomplishment and your biggest challenge? What made the accomplishment great and what caused the project/assignment to be unsuccessful?

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