Keeping your head down and working shows that you are dedicated. However, when it comes to reviewing the results of your time and effort, simply doing your work doesn’t always mean you’re doing a good job.
If you are constantly doing the same work everyday, it can be easy to fall into a rhythm and ignore areas where there can be improvement. Knowing what is going on in your manager’s head can help you increase your workflow, stretch your abilities, brighten your confidence, and ultimately, help you earn more money!
Bosses and managers have to know where there can be improvement in the product and workflow. There’s no such thing as having a successful business without growing and re-evaluating. The most important thing to understand when receiving performance feedback is that you are not in trouble. Take the feedback as constructive criticism and use that to motivate you to impress your boss.
Self-improvement is a big part of the job that you sign up for when you are hired. Learning where your strengths and weaknesses are is important to knowing who you are and what you are capable of. This will help you work better and make the most out of your job.