The 4 Questions of Self-Appraisal for the CEO

One of the best things about being the boss is that no one tells you what to do. Scratch that: Your investors tell you what they expect, and you had better meet those expectations. Your mentors tell you where you’re screwing up. And your employees? They should be giving you feedback as well. But no one is writing up a performance appraisal.

You need to do this yourself. I’m positive that you’re looking at your financials–in fact, you’re probably poring over them with a fine-tooth comb. But, it’s going to be up to you to evaluate the other areas of your performance. Here’s what you need to look at:

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2 thoughts on “The 4 Questions of Self-Appraisal for the CEO

  1. So true. The person at the top can get it so wrong. One company I worked with had an anonymous box where if the needed to tell the boss they were out of line or slightly off piste, they could do it without feeling there would be repercussions. It worked well and the boss chilled out a lot!

    1. I like this a lot if you have a responsive boss. It can be really painful to hear feedback, but totally necessary.

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