Questions Managers Ask During Your Performance Review

Questions Managers Ask During Your Performance Review


hey guys II see RG here today we’re
gonna be talking about questions managers like to ask when doing their
performance reviews hey guys ECR G here today we’re gonna be talking about
questions managers like to ask when conducting performance reviews now for a
lot of you people that watch my channel you guys are new to the working world
you might be new to clinical research or just any type of environment and usually
every year maybe sometimes twice a year or depending there could be what’s
called a performance review or really a time to get feedback on your performance
over the course of the year and every company does this in one way or another
and of course this happened in clinical research all the same so this is
something that you know you’re not to freak out about this is often a good
time where you get feedback on your performance both positive and negative
and this is a time where you were really able to get better at your job and you
know oftentimes after this time this is when raises or bonuses are divvied out
based on who performs well based on the feedback from their peers so what
typically happened is everyone that you’ve worked with over the course of
that year or that period that they’re giving the performance for given the
performance review for your manager your line manager will reach out to everyone
you’ve worked with and just want some feedback on your performance so this is
an opportunity for your two team members or people you’ve worked with to say a
lot of positive things about you but also say some things that you can work
on and this is really good like I said before this is a time for you to learn
what you’re good at and learn what you’re bad if they say the same if a lot
of people are saying the same things and you can probably pretty much say that’s
something you either need to work on or something you need to double and triple
down on because you’re really good at it so what I wanted to do really what this
video was just talk about how different managers will gain that feedback and
some of the things they may ask about and it’s gonna be different based on
your position in the company so each manager does it differently
which I found some companies may have a template some company will allow the
managers to you know get the information how they see fit and there’s no really
right or wrong way the pros of the template is everyone is gonna you know
there’s gonna be a more standardized scale to evaluate people but if people
do it their own way they you know they will be able to measure people against
the people that report them report to them and they may have a more effective
way to gather this feedback than the standard template so you know managers
do it all different types of ways and it depends on your role what they ask more
of like the project managers or like people that manage people this would be
way different than somebody who’s at the bottom and entry level position and each
put each role is gonna have different skill sets needed to be successful in
that role so these questions can be dramatically different but a lot of them
do have the same things same kind of concepts in there so we’re gonna go over
a few of them today a lot of managers will ask about your ability to work in a
team this is huge everything is team-based
now it’s very rare that you’re gonna be working isolated unless you’re like a
computer programmer or something and you’re gonna be working isolated all by
yourself especially in clinical research it’s all team-based so teamwork is huge
it’s one of the most important things and if you’re bad at this you’re gonna
be bad at clinical research and I would work on this and correct this
immediately because this is one of the most important things and I’m not joking
when I say that so that’s pretty much unanimous a lot of times we’re gonna
talk about you know your proactiveness are you are you able to you know pick up
on something and you realize something needs to be done and you’re gonna step
up to the plate and do it on your own they’re gonna talk about your the
quality of your work they’re gonna talk about you know
basically euro like how are you working with other people so so that’s one of
the things you know there’s multiple ways that they can do this they can
either just list it out list those things that I mentioned before out and
have you write it underneath what you think about it what you think about that
person or there’s another way too other ways that’s the qualitative approach
then they can also do the same thing provide a little bit more details on
what they’re looking for so for manager they may ask you know how are they
managing employee resources how are they managing you know the budgets of the
department you know how are they managing and mentoring people so that
would be what they put under the manager but another way they could do this is
they could have a qualitative feedback I mean quantitative feedback my bad
quantitative that was qualitative quantitative feedback and that would be
in this form of like a chart or something like rate this person on a
scale of one to five rate this personal scale of one to ten then have all those
competencies in there on how you agree or disagree with that so each each
company’s going to do this differently that’s one way that people get feedback
another way they do it is they will have you rate yourself and then see the
overlap so that’s good to see maybe you think you’re really good at one thing
but everyone else says you suck at it so you know how does how does that really
work out how do you negotiate that so that’s important but other than that
that’s typically how feedback is done now what they’ll do with that feedback
could be different they usually like to keep it on file the
manager will write a little summary report and keep it in your file
at the company in their folder at your company then they’ll either read that
and see if the year up for a promotion or any type of bonus based on your
performance so that’s why it’s important guys to really keep in mind and and save
all the positive feedback you get throughout the year so that when you go
through and provides self feedback you’re able
to cite specific examples and really build a strong case for yourself in
order to get that promotion so just wanted to talk to you guys about that
today we’re gonna do a video here on what you say back when people ask you
for feedback so that should be interesting and that’s it for today’s
video guys as always email us at elite clinical group at gmail.com comment down
below what you guys think about providing feedback do you like providing
feedback on their people or do you hate it comment that down below in the
comments as always share this video subscribe to the channel and like this
video take care guys

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