The performance evaluation.
It’s one of those mile markers of the work year – like open enrollment or Girl Scout cookie time.
Anticipation of an upcoming evaluation can be stress-inducing. It can be difficult to sit there as your work record is picked apart. But a performance review also can be a great opportunity to strengthen your position and shape your role within a company.
Here’s a roundup of our best advice articles on performance reviews.
Prepare for a review: Take control of your next performance review by being prepared – here are fine tips to get you there.
Self-evaluation: Evaluating your own performance at work can be difficult – here are 4 tips for talking yourself up and setting the tone for your performance review.
Keep a job journal: Keeping an ongoing log of what you’re doing at work pays off when it comes time to prepare for a performance evaluation.
Peer reviews: Take advantage of the feedback you get from peer reviews to take your career to the next level.
Rebound after a bad evaluation: Words can hurt – especially when they are critical of your job performance. But you can rebound! Here are 5 tips.
Job Interview: Expert advice about all aspects of interviewing for a job – from getting ready for the big event to following up once it is.
Coworkers and Bosses: Here’s a rundown of some of our best advice for dealing with difficult coworkers and bosses.
Cover Letter and Resume: The cover letter and resume are often your entry point into a new job opportunity. Here’s how to make the most of them.
Get Happy at Work: Checkout this roundup of some of our best articles on finding career bliss.
Professional Networking: building and maintaining a strong professional network is so important to your career.
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