Have you ever got to performance review time or had an important interview scheduled and had to start to write your key achievements? Have you struggled to remember what you have achieved?
This is a familiar story for many of us, but one that can easily be changed!
Whether you are preparing for your performance review or an interview - get in the habit of recording your evidence throughout the year.
Create a project folder either for each target or one that will encapsulate all of your targets. Keep the folder in a visible place so that you are reminded to add to it on a regular basis.
Each time you achieve a significant milestone for one of your targets, add it to your evidence folder.
Put time aside in your weekly calendar to review your evidence folder and add any new accomplishments.
Putting a structure together to achieve your targets is a must if you want to keep track of your progress. Preparing for performance review makes the process far easier. Taking a portfolio of evidence that you can show your line manager, demonstrates a commitment to your role.
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Richie Forde, Performance Coach and the Founder of Edge Coaching Services.