TNA ( Non-Managerial Level )


Thank you for participating in TNA. All results will be kept confidential and would be used for training and development purpose only. Please fill it carefully as your skills will assessed on basis of this survey.


Employee Name
Cell No.

Step 3 - SKILLS ASSESSED (Part 1)

Note: Please rate on the scale of 1-4, from 1 being the lowest and 4 being the highest.

Use plans to manage your day.

Make plans that are clear and realistic.

Organize and schedule the work.

Maintain a balance between overall “big picture” and day-to-date needs and activities.

Deal with higher priority problems and tasks first.

Set daily goals; prepares daily “to do” lists.

Maintain a well-organized and orderly work space.

Promptly returns phone calls or responds to email requests.

To what extent are you sure that you are professionally dressed at workplace?

I am always on time at office.

Convey enthusiasm about meeting department objectives and deadlines.

Strive for new skills, knowledge, experience and personal development.

Take personal responsibility to resolve problems, even those not of my own making.

Self-starter, self-motivated, keeping focused and productive.

Plan how to achieve my business and personal goals.

Step 3 - SKILLS ASSESSED (Part 2)

Manage upwards and sideways (my managerial superiors and my peers).

Seek and pick up responsibility that I see waiting to be filled.

Come up with recommendations and suggestions, more than asking for answers.

I always seek to continuously improve upon what I do and how I do it.

Develop and maintain good, cooperative working relationship with others.

Consider the opinions and feelings of others when presenting their own ideas.

Get along well with superiors.

Keep superiors informed and up-to-date with information.

Make sure the superior has no “surprises”.

Telephonic communication with cleints, candiadates, field employees.

Listen willingly to supervisor concerns.

Listen well to others in a group situation, conveying understanding and acceptance.

Speak effectively in front of a group.

Facilitate communication through effective questioning.

Use clear and understandable interpersonal communication.

Step 3 - SKILLS ASSESSED (Part 3)

State views concisely and logically when speaking with individuals and with groups.

How familiar are you with Power point presentations?

How familiar are you with Excel Reports?

How familiar are you with Outlook Emails?

Adjust to demands without becoming frustrated.

Handle highly stressful and pressure-laden situations effectively.

Deal constructively with their own failures and mistakes.

Demonstrate awareness of their own strengths and weaknesses.

Ambition to advance in career.

Persist at a task despite unexpected difficulties.

Work long hours willingly when required.

Seek increased responsibility on the job.

Knowledgeable about the people and operations of their department and the company.

Keep up-to-date on technical developments related to work.

Keep informed about industry practices, procedures, and new developments.

Step 3 - SKILLS ASSESSED (Part 4)

Know and understand the requirements of the job.

Rely effectively on own expertise to solve problems on the job.

Act decisively when necessary.

Consider alternative solutions before making decisions in teams.

Get good input before making decisions.

Work capably with large amounts of information.

Can be depended on to get the job done.

Get the most out of available resources.

Produce high quality work.

Overall, I am a productive team player.

Establish high standards of performance.


How would you rate your knowledge on the following Health and safety Concerns?

CPR(Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)

First aid

Slips, trips and falls

Hazards and its types

Near miss incident

Accident handling

Defensive driving

Prevention from heat stroke

Firefighting techniques

Emergency drill

I certify that the above information is correct to the best of my knowledge.