In part 2 of this episode, Kimberly breaks down planning your year-end performance into 5 key pieces. These 5 key pieces will help you understand the process and purpose of performance reviews better so that you and your manager can get the most out of them! Learn how to apply them to your own performance reviews as she expands on each of these key pieces, and how to let your leadership qualities shine through at each and every step.
Remember, performance reviews are not so much about your work as they are about you - tune in now and learn how to position yourself in the best way possible for your next promotion.
KEY POINTS / MAIN TAKEAWAYS:
“What I want you to know is that self-evaluation is crucial in the workplace. So many times we focus more on working on the work versus working on ourselves.”
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This episode was like having a conversation with friends. Friends who have been in the trenches with you and understand corporate life.I am embarking on a new work from home morning routine and liked how Kimberly and Tara talked about having a plan but going with the flow. Some days I need coffee before mindfulness… it’s my routine I can do what feels right!Thanks ladies!
Short and easily ingestible coaching and informational knowledge. Kimberly tells relatable stories and gives great career advice!
I really enjoy this podcast! I love how encouraging the message is but also REAL advice even if it may be unsettling to hear!This podcast gets me excited and empowered to take actionable steps in my career!
Kimberly’s content is billed as being for women and people of color. As a white male, I feel that her content is universally applicable. As a person that benefited from privilege I appreciate having access to this point of view. I feel that being able to get an understanding of these topics from her perspective helps me better approach these topics with my employees.I hope she keeps producing new episodes and publishing books.