Investigate, Review, Reflect, Act

Use these experiential prompts to prepare for and better enact your performance management.

Practice writing formal reviews

If you’ve not created a formal performance review at your company before, practice writing a performance review of something or someone close to you: the local diner where you had dinner last night, your dog walker, or perhaps the local barista. Do it formally by first writing up the expectations of that role, including any sort of metrics you can identify. Then write the review. Do this a few times until you are comfortable with the mental process of writing reviews.

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