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Bill Coleman

Articles By Bill Coleman

  • Peak Performance: Your Performance Standards

    When preparing for your review, see how well your accomplishments relate to the performance standards set for you. For example, if your company emphasizes teamwork, cite instances in which you have worked effectively to mobilize coworkers … Read more...

  • Peak Performance: Your Self-Appraisal

    Even if your organization does not require a formal self-appraisal, it is to your advantage to complete a self-test, since the performance review process is so closely related to your career advancement. Read more...

  • Peak Performance: Your Performance Review

    Your performance review is a good occasion to discuss changes to your job description. Updating your job description can ensure that you are evaluated fairly and your performance is measured accordingly. Sometimes, the revisions may point … Read more...

  • Peak Performance: Your Salary Review

    Your employer also researches salaries, and is likely to have access to many sources that are difficult for individuals to come by. If you and your employer begin a dialog about data sources, you may be well on your way to a win-win … Read more...

  • Peak Performance: Your Employee Records

    Your employee file protects you as well since it can prevent unfair assessments and ratings in future performance reviews. It is difficult for an employer to fire an employee for cause if there is nothing in the employee's permanent record … Read more...

  • Peak Performance: Your Goals and Objectives

    If you help set your own goals, the chance of your meeting them will be higher. Think carefully about what you can realistically do to achieve your targets. Read more...