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How to make the most of your performance appraisals
How to make the most of your performance appraisals

Make a wishlist

What do you want from your performance appraisal? A map of your future career?

Be ready to talk about your achievements and successes, especially when you received praise or merit. Every statement you make should be supported by an example.

Consider your future

After your appraisal, set out a plan and get it signed off by your boss. Map out your future at the organisation – even if your manager isn't actively involved in this.
Keep your manager in the loop,

Show that you're positive and upbeat. Give a brief but sincere account of your actions and achievements since your last appraisal.

Study your last appraisal and ensure you have met its objectives
and can address any issues that might arise.

Research and gather information on possible courses
you would like to take with a view to future career development.

Listen to criticism.
An appraisal is an ongoing process so, even if you disagree with what is being suggested, you need to respond in a positive manner.

Be persistent.If your boss doesn't stick to promises made during the appraisal, you may well need to follow up with them again. Your manager is busy and you are but one of many going through this process so you need to take responsibility and make sure you get what you need.

Regular follow-ups
are useful for ensuring that you’re on the right track.

Preparing for the appraisal is vital. Whether your boss is prepared or not, you must be ready. Gather together relevant information – particularly anything that meets your objectives – and source evidence to prove you're doing your job successfully.

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