Plans their personal needs, (school, social, appointments, and vacations) around their work commitment without having to frequently request time off.
Arrives 5 minutes early every day
Finds a replacement to cover their shift if an emergency comes up
Consistently displays friendliness and takes hospitality to the guests
Turns difficult guests into happier guests by preventing and resolving complaints
Displays or exceeds the ideal presentation standards without having to be instructed
Acts appropriately in guest view areas
The individual keeps Safety skills current by attending facility training and self-training
Is able to perform critical safety skills without help when tested or required.
Completes assigned work to a high level of consistently without supervision
Cooperates fully with supervisors
Brings an action plan involving themselves to supervisors when a problem is spotted.
These are just some examples of being self-managed. If you have any other examples please let me know and I will add them to this article.