How to Write Your Own Performance Review

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When writing your own performance review at the end of the year, consider the positive things that have changed, and outline your contributions to the company. Write up an honest and constructive performance review with help from a management teacher in this free video on business.

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Hi, my name is Mark and we are going to look at how to write your own performance review. When does is happen? Well it usually happens when it comes to maybe the annual work review of your particular job and your Boss has asked you to think about how you performed the last financial year or the last six months or three months even. Therefore, you got an opportunity here to write down in a formal document how you think you have improved, developed in this period of time and what you like about the job, what you think you are doing well. Look at it in a very positive way because if you want to stay on the job then it's best that you look at it in a optimistic positive side of things because obviously the company is not interested in your negative thoughts. So lets think about the positive and contemplate what things you've done, how you have improved your skill sets. Maybe even you are quicker, faster, smarter that you were before. Maybe you have integrated better with the staff, with your colleagues. Maybe you've written document or written something on the Internet that was useful to people. Maybe you've taken part in more trainings than you did before. Maybe your results are better than before. Think of all the positives. The purpose of this review is for you in your own mind to feel good about what you do and for your Boss to see that they are as a Company, and as a responsible Manager, he or she is getting the best out of your performance.

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