At this point I have not had a formal check in with my supervisor about my performance. However, in our interactions there has been some communication in regards to what I'm doing right on assignments and what needs some work. This has given me some direction in thinking about my own personal assessment of my … Continue reading Week 5 – Performance
I haven't yet had a formal sit-down with my supervisor to get feedback. We are planning to meet to go over the midterm evaluations sometime this week, but she is typically super busy and I don't want to pester her. However, she is super helpful and gives me feedback as I complete projects. (Ex: "this … Continue reading THE ATLANTIC- WEEK 5
Since I do projects for and report to so many different people, I tend to get feedback on an intermittent basis depending on the assignments with which I'm currently engaged. Therefore, the only sort of check-ins I have are to update people on the progress of my projects. This is where I get feedback, which … Continue reading Evaluations
My performance feedback has been mostly informal. The gradual feed of new tasks after mastering a lower level task has been the most prevalent indicator of whether I have been progressing positively or negatively, specifically when I look back at my internship retroactively. The first few days I spent as a shadow for the floor … Continue reading Blog #5: Your Performance
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While my workplace is very open in communication and group think, it’s not as strong in direct feedback. Currently, all of my feedback comes in a case by case manner. I’ll complete a task and I’ll receive a good job or a looks great, but not as much as critical feedback. Instead of critical feedback … Continue reading Feedback and My Performance