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The Face Of Unpreparedness NEVER go to an interview, a meeting with your leader or enter a performance conversation empty handed. ALWAYS maintain a document of your accomplishments, results, recognition, stretch assignments, special projects and 1-2 development areas you’ve improved upon. No one knows who you are and what you do better than you. Self-advocacy is the new black.....and black never goes out of style. #PowHerMoves | Fairygodboss
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Carrie Topolski
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Amen to this! I learned the hard way years ago. Since then I have always gone to my performance reviews prepared. I personally have never really had prepared documents with me for an interview and I'm told I interview great. However, I think it's definitely a great idea. I don't think anyone could ever be over prepared for an interview.
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Additionally, in promotion of yourself, make sure to ask a thoughtful question in the meeting. I have found that there are generally few questions asked during group meetings and this will help you stand apart from the crowd.
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Asking questions is a must Dawn; in meetings as well as interviews.