LWIT FB podcast - EP 68

068: Mastering Your Performance Review

Performance review season is approaching – and your leadership career bestie is here to make sure you are ready!

Let’s talk about performance evaluations and how to use them as a tool for your professional development!

In today’s episode, I am sharing the tools, techniques, and strategy you need to rock your next performance review – by alleviating the stress, and using it to uplevel your career instead! 

Ready to make the most of your next performance evaluation?

Let’s go to the show!

I dive into:

  • Everything you need to know to shine in your next performance review!
  • The MOST IMPORTANT steps to take when preparing for your evaluation
  • Why I want you to pull out your last performance evaluation NOW (and what I want you to do with it!)
  • The COMMON mistake I see early career women make – and how to avoid it
  • My TOP TIP to help get your boss emotionally invested in your progress
  • How to prepare for a bad review (and the BIGGEST thing I want you to remember!)
  • A practical mindset tip to help you if you’re feeling triggered or unsettled going into your review
  • And so much more!

Show Notes

Ready to boost your leadership credentials, your credibility and career progression? Check out my free 5-part leadership framework training series

https://tonicollis.com/framework 

And don’t forget to sign-up for a completely free sneak-peak of the Lit Up Leadership Academy after you’ve watched the videos. 

Catch the show notes, and more details about today’s episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode68 

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