Productivity - I will be productive by
- Using time effectively; balancing work, studies, external responsibilities, and leisure
- Showing initiative and enthusiasm to exceed expectations
- Following directions; demonstrating self-discipline to meet deadlines and expectations
- Giving and receiving feedback willingly
- Requesting and using help willingly
- Showing dedication to hard work, success, accuracy and excellence
Below is an example by Chattanooga State student Morgan Frank that illustrates what can be done to document your effort in productivity. Morgan chose to upload photos of her PowerPoints and documents instead of uploading the actual PowerPoint presentations or PDF copies of the documents.
During the past year I have completed a number of reports, power points, presentations, and brochures. Reports include: Oral Pathology and Developmental Defects. I completed a power point on the proper way to brush your teeth, as well as a power point over the Damon system which I presented in class. Throughout the year I created two brochures, a "New Patient" brochure and a "Radiation Safety" brochure. All of the projects took not only time, and creativity but also computer skill, which can be very useful in the dental field in office as well as promoting your office. Lastly, over the spring semester I worked on an OSHA folder, collecting data and msds sheets. I organized all of the information that I had gathered and created a folder.