How does a person complete a self-performance review?


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Employees should complete a self-performance review by focusing on two goals: reminding their employer about their achievements, and identifying discrepancies between how they view their performance and how their employers views their performance. This takes time, and all the space allotted, to be done well.

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Self-performance reviewers should outline what they've learned and all of their notable achievements during the past year, while remaining truthful and not exaggerating. The review is the time to boast about what projects they successfully completely, for example. Employees should mention what challenges they were presented with and how they overcome them, or intend to overcome them in the future.

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