What are your long-term development goals? Is your focus more on role mastery or role advancement?

What does short term development success look like for you? Is your focus more on role mastery or role advancement?

My immediate focus is on role mastery. I would like to get more depth on mobile architectures and learn more about how mobile devices can enable people. I want to continue to improve my depth of knowledge of the ruby programing language.

Are there any specific development or career goals that you have?

What areas or aspects of our business do you find the most interesting?

I enjoyed learning more about Planning and Strategy. I enjoy understanding the different factors that affect a successful capital execution. I have enjoyed learning about gas capacity utilization, forward price curves, differentials, market pricing, division of interest. I am interested in money and how to better utilize it as a tool to meet specific objectives.

What areas or aspects of your current role do you find the most interesting?

If it were possible, what would you like to be doing more of in your current role? Do you have skills or abilities that we could do a better job of utilizing?

If it were possible, what would you like to be doing less of in your current role?

If it were possible to change anything in your current role to create a better fit for you, what changes would you like to be considered?

How do you find the challenge in your current role? Are you wanting or needing more or less challenge right now?

I think I am experiencing the right level of challenge right now. Our pace seems more sustainable and we are taking more time to increase product quality. There is also a little bit of time to learn about other topics.

What else should we be talking about?

I think we should reflect on this year and discuss where we started and where we are today. I would like to hear your perspective about how you think this year has progressed. Also, May I suggest renaming the SharePoint team to describe the spirit of what they are trying to accomplish rather than tieing it to a specific vendors product.
I think this might encourage more out of the box thinking rather than focusing on how sharepoint can solve each problem.

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