Anjuan Simons

One tool that’s often overlooked in driving your career is using the performance process at your current job. Most companies have annual reviews where performance reviews are compiled and used to determine who is ready for promotion. Don’t wait for that review period to drive your promotion. Find out the critical success factors your supervisor will need to see in order to support your promotion. Start filling out your promotion document now and list how you’re meeting the expectations for the next level. That’s right, you should be the person who writes every word in your promotion document. Then, review it with your boss regularly — at least monthly. Even if you’re many months away from promotion, you should make this a regular part of your conversations with your supervisor.

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