Annual Review for Engineers…
In this session of The Engineering Career Coach (TECC) Podcast, I am going to cover the oh so important annual review for engineers and provide some coaching and guidance on how to prepare for and approach your annual performance review.
In the last few weeks I have received so many questions about this annual review for engineers that most companies perform that I decided not only to do a post on this topic on our blog but also to dedicate an entire podcast to the subject.
As always, I will also provide a career-changing tip at the end of the show. This week’s tip will give you a strategy to help you measure your progress in your career on a regular basis, to ensure that you are not stagnant during the primetime of your engineering career.
“In the end, you’re measured not by how much you undertake, but by what you finally accomplish.” – Donald Trump
Listen to this session and learn about the following topics in relation to the annual review for engineers:
- How to prepare for your performance review ahead of time.
- The best way to reflect on the year you have had.
- How to brainstorm and quantify your accomplishments.
- Why it is important to be clear on your goals in your review.
- How to be clear on what your company expects of you.
- Why it is important that you and your employer be on the same page.
- What action you should take with your supervisor.
Resources and links mentioned in this session include:
How to Not Mess Up Your Annual Review for Engineers
Transformational Weekend for Engineers
Public Speaking Guide for Engineers
The Engineering Mastermind
The Five Laws That Determine All of Life’s Outcomes, by Brett Harward
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To your success,
Anthony Fasano, PE, LEED AP
The Engineering Career Coach
Author of Engineer Your Own Success