Critical thinking is a high-order skill. It is not about thinking about a situation or a solution, but thinking about whether your determination is true, false or either or neither. It is more about “thinking about thinking” rather than “thinking about solution”. When a problem may have various meanings, critical thinking is required for you to be able to handle it.
- David demonstrates impressive strategic management skills when choosing the course of action.
- Samantha brings amazing ideas to the table that benefit the entire company.
- Trevor has developed many workable strategies to increase the company’s profits.
- Whenever non-standard problems arise, Logan’s team relies on his analytical skills.
- Thanks to owning a strong reasoning and critical-thinking skills, John is not difficult to handle problems well.
- Alfred processes information a structured manner with a great attention to details.
- Katie is a vigorous and attentive person who is able to catch details missed by other employees.
- Helen is able to recognize the meaning and value of the situation.
- Cindy Understand the importance and nature of the problem and which problem to be resolved first.
- Lucy know how to Identify the problems and decide which the most suitable solution is.
Exceeds Requirements/More than Satisfactory:
- John responds very quickly to any situation. He always comes up with solutions in a duly manner of time.
- John always thinks twice before recommending his solution.
- Peter analyzes all the pros and cons of available solutions. He always makes the most optimal decisions.
- Helen willingly participates in decision-making process. She strives to share her ideas.
- Lucy always comes up with appropriate solutions promptly.
- John has such a strong reasoning and critical-thinking skills that help him handle problems well.
- John gives response quickly to any trouble situation. He always makes proper solutions on timely.
- John always thinks twice before saying. He is very careful and pays attention to every detail before making his decision.
- When choosing the course of action, Isabelle considers all the possible consequences.
- John can make sound reasoning statements and his critical thinking skill has helped us very much in negotiating contracts and resolving problems.
- Cory recognizes the value of the situation and still thinks critically.
- With strong reasoning and critical-thinking skills, John can handle every problem very well.
- George never rushes through decision-making process. He puts a premium on quality over speed.
- When making important decisions, Francesca remains calm and confident.
- Kathleen always collects proper information before making a decision.
- Yvonne always responds to issues and finds the best solutions in a timely manner.
- John always looks carefully at details of advantages and disadvantages of an opportunity to decide the best solution.
- John considered pros and cons of a situation very carefully to work out the most suitable solution.
- Cory is able to collect proper details in relation to the job.
- Johns always considers everything twice before acting.
- Nigel never likes solutions proposed by other employees. He has to become more open to new ideas.
- Cindy creates long-term strategic plans but then fails to follow them.
- John does not appreciate highly his skills.
- John always jumps to his conclusion before consulting others’ opinion.
- John acts without thinking of the possible consequences that he may face with.
- John is too hasty to make decision that he never thinks it carefully.
- Tom does not allow subordinates to express their opinions and makes decisions all by himself.
- William approaches every task with a great attention to details, but he often misses deadlines because of that.
- Vincent frequently omits vital details that damage the productivity of his team.
- Hayden fails to conduct a thorough research when dealing with difficult tasks.
- John very often does not show strong reasoning while making important decisions.
- Walter does not consider different perspectives, which leads to ineffective solutions.
- Susan is not willing to use critical thinking skills.
- John never considers possible consequences of his decision.
- John makes his decision in a hasty way without much thinking.
- Bruce makes many mistakes due to the lack of analytical abilities.
- Ron does not draw logical conclusions. He cannot deal with hard tasks because of that.
- Christina never considers what consequences her choices can bring.
- John is not very efficient decision-maker. He takes everything lightly and reviews briefly any document we give him. And his recommendations are ordinary with no creativity or innovation.
- John has never thought carefully before making decision for any work.
- John makes his decision without thinking of its potential consequences.
- Zachary has been caught off guard by market changes numerous times.
- In most cases, Aaron uses quick and ineffective solutions that do not require critical thinking.
- Quentin quickly jumps to conclusions without thinking through all the details.
- John cannot work out the most logical solution to a problem. His recommendations are mediocre only.
The sample of performance review phrases for critical-thinking is a great/helpful tool for periodical/annual job performance appraisal. Note that, an critical-thinking review phrase can be positive or negative and your performance review can be effective or bad/poor activity for your staffs.