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You might be expecting your manager to have a well-organized employee performance review ready for your upcoming meeting, complete with constructive feedback and a detailed plan for your year ahead. If you receive such a review, congratulations! You will be among the few who experience this level of rewarding and effective performance evaluation. However, it’s been my experience that that’s not typically the case. Truth be told, your quarterly or annual review might make your boss pretty uncomfortable to the point where he or she really just wants to get it over with. Whether this is the case with your manager or not, it’s a good idea to be prepared with the following five questions. These questions will help guide the conversation, identify the areas you’d like to grow professionally and define the benchmarks and achievements required to secure your next raise and/or promotion.