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Preparing for the Performance Appraisal Meeting This may be the first formal feedback session for you and your supervisor. Enter into this discussion with an open mind. Determine the objectives/concerns that you want to address; this meeting is more than a conversation. You may want to take notes to confirm your understanding of the appraisal. Be conscious of your non-verbal communication. What messages are you relaying? Be ready to hear a problem and listen actively. Enter the discussion as a joint venture in problem-solving. What challenges did you face this this year? Avoid being defensive. This is about performance, not a personal attack. Resolve any barrier to effective communication. Check that you understand what your supervisor’s concerns are and how to address them. Clearly state and mutually agree upon the specific results of the discussion. What are the next steps?

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Perfromance Appraisal Employee  
Perfromance Appraisal Employee  

Perfromance Appraisal Employee

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