The Correct Type of "Performance Review": Be f'n Amazing!

This little gem, and the graphic that goes with it (shown here) is a very smart take-down of the "improve your weaknesses" argument in any performance review. Instead, we should focus on our strengths and how to fill our weaknesses by using others' strengths. Read it!


EggplantParmesan said...

I love this sentiment, although it is rarely put into practice in my experience. It's performance review time at work so I had to dig this up and send it around. Thanks!

Unknown said...

I loved it too. Seems logical, which is why management probably doesn't want to use it!

Thanks for commenting!

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