Since every day starts with a good cup of coffee, you’ll get to start your day with a different treat — coffee mail — every day for the next 5 days. Today’s message is the first of five.
You thought you knew everything about the performance interview? At the end of this week, you’ll hopefully look at it from a different angle.
The research is clear: People who set objectives for themselves are more successful. When we set an objective for ourselves, it becomes part of our identity. We change our behavior and our mindset to accomplish it. Think about how powerful objectives are and what kind of effect they can have on your life.
“What you get by achieving your objectives is not as important as what you become by achieving your objectives.” Henry David Thoreau
As a reminder, these are the goals of the performance interview at Hager Group:
The performance interview on one hand is about the appraisal of annual performance. It’s an opportunity for an exchange about the previous year: about work relationships and organization, as well as team communication.
On the other hand, it is also about setting SMART performance objectives, and the definition of development actions for the coming year.
If you are interested, here’s your homework for tomorrow: Try to find the Campus app and log in.
Jennifer from Talent Management
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