For many, performance reviews can often be nerve-wracking experiences. Even if you’re confident you’ve done a good job, feeling stressed or worried is not uncommon. One of the most important things you can do to allay some of your stress and also get the most out of your performance review is to actively prepare for it. Ahead, we outline several resources that you can reference as you prepare for — and eventually head into — your next performance review. Enter the discussion confident and well-prepared by browsing through the resources found below.
The deadline to submit completed performance appraisals is 5 p.m. on Friday, May 7. Visit the Performance Appraisal webpage for more information.
- Leading Yourself: Goal Setting (Video – follow these log-in instructions)
- Examples of Employee Goal Setting and Why It is Important (Article)
- Chapman Goal Setting
- S.M.A.R.T. Goals Worksheet
Giving and Receiving Effective Feedback
- Giving and Receiving Feedback: The Art and Science of Feedback (Video – follow these log-in instructions)
- Harvard Business Review Articles (List of various articles)
- Additional Resources (Some specific examples)