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How would your most recent manager describe you?

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When you answer this question, draw from your last performance review and a piece of feedback you have received from your most recent boss or coworkers. You do not want to guess what your manager thinks of you. Solidify your answer by referring to the reliable employment references you can provide.

How would your most recent manager describe you?
Answer example

"In my recent performance reviews and discussions, my manager describes me as a hard worker, motivated, and consistent employee. I always strive to exceed expectations when I can. My current manager is happy to speak on my behalf as a positive reference as well."

Admin

"My last manager and I had a close relationship. She appreciated all of my efforts when it came to working overtime and taking my work home when required. I believe she would describe me as unique, reliable and energetic."

Manager

"My district manager and I get along well. He valued my knowledge and abilities and gave me the freedom to do my job however I wanted, as long as I got the job done. I think he would tell you that I am dedicated and will go the extra mile to deliver results."

Marketing

"My current marketing director has reviewed me noting that I am a hard worker, dependable, and effective in my execution. My results would corroborate this as well, and I also would happily provide her as a reference when we get to that stage."

Retail

"My most recent manager can be a glowing reference. She lobbied for my promotion into her previous role and mentored me a great deal. She would describe me as dedicated, loyal, a quick learner, and flexible. I am proud of these traits and love that she has, and others have recognized them in me!"

Sales

"My manager has always had nice things to say about me. In my most recent performance review, he expressed how impressed he was when I exceeded my monthly sales target within the first week on the job. He also mentioned how he appreciates my initiative in tackling new projects such as the new market I am working on from scratch. I feel fortunate to have always had a great rapport with my managers, and while I don't want to tip this current one off to me leaving, I would be happy to put you in touch with my two previous supervisors when the time comes."

Teacher

"My department lead at my current school would describe me as impassioned, excited, and dedicated, as you can see in my review from last year. I am very proud that my passion and love for the language shines through to my department, students, and coworkers."

Budget Analyst

"In my recent performance reviews and discussions, my manager describes me as a hard worker, motivated, and consistent employee. I always strive to exceed expectations when I can. My current manager is happy to speak on my behalf as a positive reference as well."

Personal Trainer

"My coworkers say I'm easy to work with because I try to have a good attitude, even when I have a heavy workload."

Telephone Operators

"My former employer would say that I am a very hard worker, that I have excellent communication skills and that I am extremely customer-oriented."

Accounts Receivable Specialist

"John has told me that I am a hard worker, and he has told me that he really likes how I am always happy to be at work!"

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How would your most recent manager describe you?
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I've got my appraisal from Aga Ken Jones.
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Approachable, good in programming, a very practiced code maker.
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They would say he was one of my best employees some one you could tell to do something and not worry about it not getting done.
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As someone looking to be a expert at my field and also looking to improve friendships and relationships in the work place.
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Hard worker, team player and trust worthy.
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Always he says about me that I am hardworker and responsible person (i will do his work immediately)
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Great personality, works hard to get things done.
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HArd working, intelligent, easy to work with.
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Ambitious, goal-oriented, hardworker, leader.
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My last manager would describe me as friendly, happy and helpful.
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My last manager would describe me as passionate with animals, friendly with customers, and very dependable.
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The person they could most count on. Always there. Always ready to help.
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Very dependable, dedicated to work, and is very liked by everyone.
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He describes everytime that you are the responsible, hard worker and helping nature respectable person.
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Actually, in my most recent performance review in April, my direct supervisor described me as someone who takes initiative and doesn't shy away from hard problems.
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This is my very first interview for any job.
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Someone who is helpful, hardworking, intelligent, confident and a motivator.
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Team player, responsible, reliable and getting things done.
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Spunky, yet hard working, tends to sometimes lollygag around.
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Haard worker, dependable.
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My last manage would describe me as someone who is a fast-learner, curious and hard working.
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She would say I am dependable and that I go out of my way to get tasks done within set timelines. I have a sense of urgency when attending to work assignments.
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Works well with others. Also that I am good at problem identification and resolution.
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Other co auditors should try to emulate me.
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I believe they would describe me as friendly and approachable and always willing to help.
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My priority is to build team work and effective.
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Dependable reliable punctual on time ready to work in a team player.
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I think I will be describe as a hard working person.
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Always on time, willing to work on any campaign, and outgoing.

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