Carol Davison

1. Meet regularly throughout the year with your supervisor for feedback, to ensure you stay on track, for coaching sessions and to nip problems in the bud.

2. Demonstrate at the next meeting that you accomplished what they suggested.

3. Keep a log of what you accomplish and their impact on the organization in accordance with critical elements, metrics and measures. (Did you merely brief your customers on safety? Or did those briefings reduce falls by 7%? Can you demonstrate the connection?) Submit the list about a month before appraisal time.

4. Make an appointment to discuss this with your supervisor in case there are any questions.