How to Make Your Performance Review Truly Useful

John Beeson writes for Forbes about how to get the most out of your review. The best employees recognize the value for growth that a review offers, but the feedback given at reviews is not always enough to point them in the right direction. To rectify that, employees should convey beforehand that they want an open and honest discussion. They should also ask if they can discuss their performance with higher-level players that are familiar with their work. Active listening is a must in these cases, and they should end all productive conversations by asking the person for one or two top things that will help them advance in their careers. For more, read the original article:

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