Success Thought of the Day – 10/11/18: Give Your Self-Appraisal A Boost

 

The shortest pencil is longer than the longest memory. – Mark Batterson

The shortest pencil is longer than the longest memory. – Mark Batterson

It is the time of year when many are going through the performance process and are writing their self-appraisal.  It is an opportunity to chronicle what you have delivered.  As you write it, ensure it brings forth absolute clarity to your contributions in the context of your goals (as set with your manager if applicable).

Treat your self-appraisal as if it were going to be published in Time Magazine … as it is telling your story for the year.  Do not expect people to remember your story, you need to tell it and this is your opportunity to write it.

Have a great day!
James

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