6 Things to Share With Your Boss

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When you meet your boss for performance review, you must have something to share and contribute during the meeting to impress. These ideas will help you in doing so. …

When you meet your boss for performance review, you must have something to share and contribute during the meeting to impress. These ideas will help you in doing so.

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  • 1. What employers want employees to talk to them about is what makes them happy (or unhappy) in their job and life and how the company can help maximize that happiness. So don’t hesitate in answering such questions.
  • 2. Entrepreneurs value employees who are constantly striving to make themselves better—having a more skilled team leads to a better company.
  • 3. Always share your ideas and what you think about the future of the company or industry. Employers love their employees when they want to share something innovative and interesting.
  • 4. All CEOs want to hear that their employees have a new level of dedication to the company and feel a personal growth in day-to-day morale. But more than anything, employers love employees who ask how they can contribute to company’s vision because they see company success as ours.
  • 5. Employers love it when team members keep them informed of new performance- enhancing options. And performance reviews are the perfect way to contextualize a conversation about the benefits of adopting new tools and methods.
  • 6. Employers want to hear from employees what isn’t working. They want to give them permission to own the company’s success and their happiness at work. At the same time, they want employees to tell them how it can be fixed. Always come with a problem and a solution.
  • 7. The AMCAT is India’s first employability assessment test that help fresh graduates to get their first job quickly and efficiently.