5 things to underline at the time of appraisals

Appraisal time have arrived and employees are busy chewing reams of information to showcase their professional accomplishments of the past year. While you should be increasing your strengths, but do so in a planned manner.  Below 5 things that one can showcase in their appraisal meetings are:

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produced company impact –
Some companies just concentrate on just one thing importantly – like “what is the  impact that you have created on the overall business,”. Candidates should try to showcase that first, to talk about that achievement which makes more sense than saying things like ‘highly business oriented designer’.

Quantitative success –
Most of the managers want to know whether his employees have completed the assigned targets. Numbers mostly define 80% of roles, and hence once can showcase the achieved  targets which displays the facts and figures ready in employees appraisal form.

Qualitative accompaniments –
Numbers don’t mean a thing if they don’t display excellence. Quality underlining of the work is uniformly important. Czar Solutions suggests employees that “Don’t say that you did a great thing. Add the recommendations or accolades that you got for the job done to the quality slide. That will explain all”. And one must try to mention the good words pointed out by the top bosses in own cases.

Work done out of the confederacy –
This is not the time when one should only concentrate on his/her own work. A marketing person bringing in a sales client is for all time received. One must inscribe about things completed outside work frame, like helping in CSR activities, pitching in for company library, participating in hackathons etc. These show case the adaptability of a person, after all who wants a one-way focused employee?

Being an effective team player –
Inspite of doing all these, don’t forget to speak about your team playing capability. One should preferably talk about projects or times where he played with the team, like a cog in the wheel. When doing so, talk about “we” achieved this and not “I” achieved this. The idea is to harp of your neighborhood building capability and not individuality when we pushed others behind!

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