The idea of a self-evaluation normally fills people with dread, and it's easy to understand why.
If done badly, self-evaluations can just make you feel like you're either being arrogant or too hard on yourself, offering little constructive feedback.
While appraisals and evaluations performed by managers are very important, a detailed look at your own thoughts, your employees and critical analysis of practices are also worthwhile.
The idea is to help with professional and personal development, understanding what you want and whether you're taking the right steps to get there.
So whether you are looking to undergo a personal self-evaluation, or create one for your employees, read on to find out how to perform an effective self-evaluation.
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