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I just have one goal today: finish my  self evaluation for work.  It is really one of the things I hate to do, and that is why I am procrastinating.  It wasn’t so bad in my last company because they had a formal process of setting goals every quarter and I had a pretty supportive and communicative manager that told me what he thought of my work quite often. My manager in my current company is also pretty nice and easy to talk to, but the formal review process was just established this year and it is a bit confusing for everyone here.

The most annoying thing about self evaluations is when they give you a numbered scale asking you how you think you did.  Should you be modest here?  Or should you just be honest? Sometimes even when you are being honest your assessment of your work may not match up to what others think and you could come off as sounding arrogant.  I usually try to be honest and rate myself a bit above average, but is that how my peers see me? Sometimes the number ratings’ associated descriptions are pretty vague.  For example, why is “made excellent contributions” ranked 3 and “often exceeded expectations” ranked 4?  Does that mean excellent contributions don’t exceed expectations?  Basically, I hate how HR tries to make every rating sound nice and fine.

It is also a bit hard for me to fill this form out with a ton of achievements for the past year since I have only been here for four months.  So my list of accomplishments seem kind of pithy.  I don’t think that is a big problem because my manager should understand that I am still really new here.  I do have a good habit of writing down things I have accomplished in my notebook, but it is hard to summarize small day to day accomplishments such as “made this thing run again”.

Another crappy thing about this particular performance review is that I am pretty sure I will not get a raise because of the length of my service here.  I am okay with it considering that they just gave me a pretty nice hiring bonus a few months ago.  Hopefully next year I will get a bigger raise than usual.

There has been a ton of changes in every part of my company for reasons I will not state here.  I will say that I do believe in the direction the company is taking. I just hope they refine their performance review process a bit more so that it isn’t so annoying and time consuming to fill out these forms. Unfortunately, I guess I am amongst the first batch of guinea pigs to go through this at this company. So how about you?  Do you have any tips or rants about the self evaluation process of performance reviews?

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viagra 100mg priceon 03.17.08 at 9:36 pm

Yes, I have a tip concerning these sorts of evaluations, and I am very serious: become self-employed and never fill another out ever again.

That’s what I did.

viagra 100mg priceon 03.17.08 at 10:20 pm

just put all excellent in the scale. that’s easy and OK!

viagra 100mg priceon 03.18.08 at 8:28 am

I hate evaluations. I say be honest. I have supervised people and this is just a tool to keep reviews on track and to the point.

viagra 100mg priceon 03.18.08 at 3:15 pm

Creating positive personal impact is one of the five keys to success that I discuss in my new book “Straight Talk for Success.”
Self evaluations are a great opportunity to create positive personal impact. A well written, thoughtful self evaluation can go a long way in helping your boss to see you at your best.
Don’t inflate your accomplishments. Don’t minimize them either. I like your idea of keeping a notebook that lists your acomplishments.
Remember, your self evaluation should be a discussion starter with your boss. Use it that way, and you’ll be likely to get osme helpful feedback.
Good luck,
Bud Bilanich
The Common Sense Guy

viagra 100mg priceon 03.18.08 at 10:14 pm

I know it’s not a judeo-Christian ethic, but sometimes on these things you really do have to toot your own horn. Best of luck with this.

viagra 100mg priceon 03.19.08 at 12:13 pm

No kidding! I am certainly no HR rep, nor would I want to be, but they always have to phrase the questions so that EVERY answer SOUNDS like it could work. But in so doing, it flatlines the survey in general.
Clearly people are going to rate themselves a bit higher than they actually are. I think a better metric is to have a “peer evaluation” where you closest 4 or 5 people you work with fill it out for you (and you have 4 or 5 people you critique on also). It gets a more honest opinion I think…

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