Monthly Archives: July 2007

Jul 24

Writing Reviews – Feedback

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

In this series on writing performance reviews, we’ve looked at understanding your review document and how to develop and understand your goals that will form the basis of your performance review. When do we get to writing the review, Scot? Not yet. You see, your objective is to make the review as brainless (read: good) […]

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Jul 23

Writing Reviews: Goals

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

It’s coming up on that time of year – have you written your performance review yet? I’m trying to help out a bit by offering suggestions on how to write your performance review. Most companies will give you goals and that is what I’ll look at in this post. Goals usually constitute a good percentage […]

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Jul 17

Recovering from a Layoff

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

  This past weekend, I attended a great party with tons of food, great conversation, and reacquainted with old contacts. The occasion? A house warming and get together of people who had been laid off at my wife’s old work place about three months ago. Naturally, a lot of the talk was centered around jobs, […]

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Jul 10

Networking for Shy People

By Scot Herrick | Business Networking

What do you think of doing networking? If you’re like me, it was hard. Hard, because even though I can be in “entertainment” mode, I’m actually a pretty shy guy and the thought of just going out and networking just doesn’t appeal to me. But, some things have helped over time. First, learning that “networking” […]

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