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How Well Are You Really Performing at Your New Job?

How Well Are You Really Performing at Your New Job?

John Rossheim / Monster Senior Contributing Writer

Carefully Frame Your Request for Feedback

Coming off as a professional rather than a neurotic is largely a matter of attitude. “The presentation is a big piece of this,” says Watkins. “To make it matter-of-fact and relaxed, you frame your inquiry as, ‘asking is my standard practice.’”

It often makes sense to focus your self-inquiry on the specifics of your work product. “Don’t ask, ‘How am I doing?’ but try to articulate what’s required,” says Taylor.

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