A bit of context first: I recently finished my degree and started just 2 months ago at the company I now work for. However, while I studied, I already worked there regularly. It was a 3-year program which included six "internships" of three months, each one in a different department of the company. (Read here for more info.)
I transitioned from my last "internship" directly into my new position. But the last two months have definitely been something entirely new. New tasks, new responsibilities and a lot more meetings. My job description could be loosely translated into "IT security analyst".
To my question:
My company has fixed dates on annual performance reviews. So although I've been working there for only two months, I'm up for one pretty soon, and I'm not quite sure on how to prepare myself. I've asked colleagues how this is handled, and they all gave me the same answer: define goals for yourself and ask for feedback.
From what I've read in other answers, that's been the first advice given to other people as well.
What I want to know now:
Is there anything I should look at in particular, when preparing for my annual performance review, because of the short time that I've been a "full-fledged" employee?
I think this is not a duplicate, because I'm asking specifically if the short duration that I've been an employee plays a role in how I should prepare myself.