Wednesday, July 12, 2006


Reviewers should be keeping notes about the performance of their suborindates throughout the year. However, many reviewers keep poor notes or no notes at all. They wait until the end of the review year to try to piece together a performance picture on those who are up for review. Don’t give your reviewer this kind of power.

Tip #1: Keep a log! One of the most important things you can do is track all of your accomplishments for the year and to maintain a log of the feedback you’ve received. Before your performance review, be sure to send your logs to your reviewers.

Tip #2: Don’t forget to track your publications, awards and honors, customer service statistics, etc. Customize the information you track about yourself to your job function. Show how you are contributing to your deparment and the company.


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