Certificate of Achievement
Those participants that pass the prescribed Four Stages of Dana Abbott’s Super Samurai Workshop will receive a Certificate of Achievement. Sample Certificate Above
Evaluations/Reports for Management
Upon completion of of the Super Samurai Workshop personalized in depth reports are written and presented to Management. Each of these reports evaluates the participant’s strengths and weaknesses. These informative written reports accompanied with video highlights can be used as a guideline for placement for any future positions.
Sample Report Below
Sample of Written Evaluation Passed/ Level 8
Name: John Davis
Position: Assistant Manager
Mr. John Davis: Passed/ Level 8
Passed all the prescribed tasks. On a 1 to 10 scale he earned an eight 8.
Stage One: John Davis re-adjusted into his new posture from a sagging right shoulder, hips and spine. He now demonstrates a stronger presence, which makes him appear to look three inches taller. Mr. Davis’ verbal introduction was a bit scattered at first but now his vocalization is well understood.
Stage 1: Level 6: improved to Level 8
Stage Two: Mr. Davis was able to follow the patterns and correct angles needed to create a solid foundation on both right and left sides. Matching his angles and patterns with a partner took more practice than anticipated but he was finally able to get in sync to perform the required tasks and transitions.
Stage 2: Level 4: improved to Level 9
Stage Three: Mr. Davis performed actual scenarios smoothly. He immediately recognized his opponent’s movements and responded to those movements in a timely manner. He was also able to apply his newfound techniques to make key decisions even under duress.
Stage 3: Level 7: improved to Level 9
Stage Four: Mr. Davis was able to duplicate the patterns and posture needed to execute the task. His first two attempts were not completed but triumphantly on his third attempt he was able to execute the technique. He did so again on the fourth and fifth attempts. 3 out of 5 attempts were successful.
Stage 4: Level 6: improved to Level 7
Thoughts/Input: Mr. Davis followed the prescribed instructions at first but several times interrupted the workshop, which resulted in not being considerate of other participants. At first his ability to be corrected was lacking with long verbal debates and frequently visiting his phone. Mr. Davis has a propensity of over-thinking many of the tasks at hand, which result in time management issues. This, in turn, would bring any productivity to the verge of a standstill. Mr. Davis presented to be a team player, but poorly micro managed simple tasks. At the end of the workshop he appeared to lay these differences aside.
General Summary: Mr. Davis earned an 8 on his overall evaluation. He passed all this prescribed tasks and was able to continue through and complete all Four Stages. During the workshop his participation levels elevated to a higher number, which meant he was able to perform the tasks easier.