Performance Appraisal Discussions and Meetings
Top : Performance Appraisal Discussions and Meetings - How performance appraisal meetings are conducted dictates the effectiveness of the entire process. Here's help with how to conduct the actual appraisal meeting and discussions about performance.Performance Management Articles, Guides and Help:
By Berkeley - A short primer on how to prepare for the performance appraisal meeting, from the manager's point of view, from Berkeley Viewed 1204 Times )
By D Grote - Too often, participants in performance appraisal meetings seem awkward and uncomfortable. To some extent, that's unavoidable -- it's always a bit awkward for one person to deliver a formal assessment of the quality of work performed by another. Viewed 2163 Times )
By D Grote - Too often, participants in performance appraisal meetings seem awkward and uncomfortable. To some extent, that's unavoidable -- it's always a bit awkward for one person to deliver a formal assessment of the quality of work performed by another. But following some simple suggestions can eliminate a lot of the awkwardness in performance appraisal meetings. Here are a couple of tips that will help put both players at ease. (In Part 2 of this article, I'll provide some additional suggestions.) Viewed 1625 Times )
By Maxwell Moline - Excellent questions to ask during the performance review, a number of which I'd not thought about. Worth a gander. Viewed 530 Times )
By Jay Schiefler - Just as important as the appraisal form is the appraisal meeting. But a botched session can leave employees confused or even angry. This article contains a list of common errors often occuring in performance review meetings. Viewed 1996 Times )
By Sharon Armstrong - Sharon Armstrong, gives important guidance and advice for each of the five steps of the performance review process and meeting. The five steps include: planning and preparation, starting the meeting, discussion, closing, and follow-up. Presented in point form, the material serves as an excellent reminder or cheat sheet. Viewed 1909 Times )
By Sharlyn Lauby - This is pretty basic stuff, and you might miss the subtle angle -- that manager and employee need to work together, cooperatively in the performance review meeting. Newest Additions Viewed 0 Times )
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