Why humility is not a virtue during self-appraisals

04/3/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Your self-appraisal isn't the place to be humble about successes or brutally honest about shortcomings, experts say. State your accomplishments, talk exclusively about yourself and ask for whatever professional-development resources you need. "It's OK to put the best face on what you did," author Dick Grote said.

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