Hello - I am right in the middle of doing our annual employee performance evals which we take deadly seriously around here I also have to do a self-eval of myself.
A struggle I am having is remembering the things that have gone on over the past 12 months rather than doing the Janet Jacket "what have you done for me lately?" bit. I'm pretty much done with evals for this year, but want to think about how GTD could help me next year.
One idea is to make putting an entry on an an ongoing log of all the super fantastic things my staff does part of of my weekly review - if I could make a comment even monthly, that would be great.
I also have a project category called "project/others" which is a lot like waiting for, but contains longer term things that only need to reviewed weekly and that don't hold up my own projects if they don't get done. So an entry might look like "Jim - manage hotel operations for XYZ event". I could hold onto those for a year and review at review time and see what it triggers.
And of course, I could use my project list and a performance review log for my self review as well.
Are any of you using GTD to help you with content for performance evals?