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Performance Review: A Self-Evaluation
If you learn to evaluate your performance and skills honestly, you'll be able to determine whether a boss or coworker's criticism is warranted.
When self-evaluating, you need to determine which factors can be improved by means of your own motivation and concentration, and which require an outside hand.
The ability to evaluate your on-the-job performance is a critical skill. You should evaluate yourself frequently to keep yourself in check, though it is particularly useful before you have a performance review with your boss. If you learn to evaluate your performance and skills honestly, you'll be able to determine whether a boss or coworker's criticism is warranted, assess which steps you have to take to receive a promotion, and (hokey as it might sound) appreciate your ongoing professional growth.
Outline specific objectives
Why are you underachieving?
Are your goals aligned?
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