Keep emotions in check during performance review

12/18/2009 | Forbes

To make your annual performance review less stressful and more productive, prepare yourself psychologically by thinking about how you will react to criticism and respond professionally, Steve Axelrod writes. "Watch for strong, disruptive emotions, either yours or your manager's. If they surface, you might suggest taking a break and reconvening at a later time," he writes.

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