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Tips to Prepare for Performance Reviews

Many people dread these meetings, but they don't have to be bad if you're prepared. In fact, if you take the time to prepare properly, you can make sure that the meeting goes smoothly and that you get the feedback that you need. Here are a few tips on how to make sure you're ready for your performance review:

  • Ask for feedback regularly. This is one of the best ways to prepare for your performance review. If you know what your manager is looking for, it will be easier to show them during the meeting.

  • Schedule regular 1-on-1's with your manager. This is a great way to stay on top of your performance and to get feedback on a regular basis. It will also help you build a relationship with your manager that can be helpful during the review process.

  • Know your goals. Before the meeting, take some time to review your goals for the year. This will help you be prepared to discuss your progress with your manager.

  • Be prepared to discuss your accomplishments. During the meeting, be sure to highlight your successes and achievements. This is a great way to show your manager that you're doing a good job.

  • Be prepared to discuss your challenges. It's also important to be honest about any challenges you've faced during the year. This will help your manager understand where you need some help and how they can support you.

  • Ask for what you need. After the meeting, be sure to follow up with your manager and ask for what you need. This could be more resources, training, or support in a certain area. If you don't ask for what you need, you may not get it.

  • Give feedback. Performance reviews are a two-way street. Be sure to give your manager feedback on their performance as well. This will help them understand your perspective and it will show that you're invested in the process.

  • Schedule a follow-up meeting. After the review, schedule a follow-up meeting with your manager to discuss your progress. This is a great way to ensure that you're on track and that you're both working towards the same goals.

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