Performance Reviews: Dare to be DifferentBlog / Produced by The High Calling
If you work for a company of any size, you’ll have to go through some sort of performance review appraisal. For both managers and subordinates, it can be a brutal, mind-numbing process. There are forms to fill out, timelines to meet and adjectives that never really tell the whole story.
“Even if I’m not doing a good job, I hope that someone cares enough to show me where I’m not performing and to provide insight – and direction – on improvement,” she writes. “To finish a tough year and then to just get a cursory phone call is disheartening.”
Sue thinks the Golden Rule should apply. “It’s good business. It’s respectful.”