How to heal the wounds of a bad performance review

12/8/2011 | CareerBliss.com

To improve your performance after a bad job review, make sure you understand the specifics of where you went off-track, schedule regular performance updates with your boss and find a mentor, experts suggest. "Ask for detailed feedback for both accomplishments and challenges. Don't stop until you know how to behave in the future," says Kerry Patterson, co-author of "Change Anything."

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