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Rethinking the Annual Review with Jesse and Jay

Episode Summary

Are you one of those passionate people that have hard-set opinions?

Jay and Jesse invite you to question those thoughts in this episode. After reading Adam Grant’s book “Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know,” they experimented. Jay wants Jesse to question Annual Reviews. Are they worthless and absolutely unnecessary, as Jesse thinks? Or can they be revaluated and repurposed? What are some alternatives that we can put in their place?

Tune in to this new episode of the Medical Management Podcast to know the answers!

Key Take-Aways

  • Oftentimes, annual reviews are tied to salary increases.

  • Time is a multiplier for complexity.

  • Give feedback whenever you can and at that exact moment.

  • Monthly reviews are good to give feedback.

  • Annual Reviews are good to have a 360 perspective and oversight.

  • Revisit those hard stances towards topics, and you might be missing things that help you grow.


  • Find Adam Grant’s book “Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know” here.

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