"When done well, reviews can greatly benefit both the employee and employer," says Darlene Price, president of Well Said, Inc., and author of "Well Said!
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"Plus, it sounds a little like Johnny Paycheck's 1977 hit, 'Take this job and shove it, I ain't workin' here no more,'" says Price
Good leaders don't point fingers, they take responsibility, says Price
"Don't let the death knell of indifference ring during your performance review," says Price
"It'll tank your career fast.
also believes this is a detrimental error.
"An effective two-way performance review is packed with benefits: It can facilitate clear communication between you and your boss; clarify expectations; foster trust; establish goals and a career path; identify training needs; improve performance; reveal that you're a valuable high-potential employee; and even prepare you for a promotion.
None of that happens if you remain silent, she