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Episode 39: Tell Your Story or Someone Else Will, Inaccurately

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As we enter the second full week of July, midway through the year, you may not be ready to even think about having your mid-your performance appraisal nor writing a self-assessment.

The unprecedented pandemic of Covid-19 has changed the business landscapedriven rocky unemployment rates, and drastically changed the economic outlook. It has significantly altered social norms and life at home for all of us. Add to that the awakened demand for social justice, and it is easy to understand how one might not see a mid-year appraisal as a priority right now. Trust me; I get it.

However, try to reframe this as telling your story. As a fan of keeping things simple, within this episode, I share five steps (FAVOR) to help you prepare.

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