Do the Words “Performance Review” Scare You? - Deepstash
Fearing performance reviews

Performance reviews are inherently subjective and our fear of getting booted out of the company often makes us think and act out of fear.

During performance reviews, other p...

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Do the Words “Performance Review” Scare You?

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Highlight your achievements

Help your boss and your colleagues notice and recall the accomplishments you've done and completed. We often overestimate the extent of people's memories therefore we shouldn't tak...

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Make your boss and your teammates see the things you bring to the table. Find ways to connect your tasks into the company's outcomes and help your boss from time to time, through t...

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When a performance review is coming up it's best to focus on making sure that your achievements are in the spotlight.

Many people tend to think that overly friendly colleagues don't accompli...

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Studies show that people who have similarities with their bosses are more likely to be seen in a positive light. In addition to this, those who create "in-groups" disrupts team dynamics and...

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Show your commitment to the team and organization

There are two ways you can improve other people's perception of you:

  1. Emphasize opportunities whenever you recommend changing something. Put the spotlight on the gains ...

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Attend social functions with a smile on your face

Sometimes we don't have it in us to go to that work event we're told to go to but think about it this way, the more frequently people see you during these social functions with a smile on your face...

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