Don't Sabotage Yourself With Performance Management - Do All The Steps by Following the Performance Management Checklist
One of the major reasons performance management and appraisals don't work well is that too many steps are left out. Sometimes that's because the manager doesn't have a good grasp of all the steps, or, sometimes it's simply a matter of forgetting, or wanting to reduce the amount of time spent on performance management. The result? An uncomfortable and sometimes useless process.
Based on our best selling books we've created a checklist managers and supervisors can use to make sure they don't miss any of the critical steps. It covers:
- Once a Year Overview
- Performance Planning
- Preparation and Scheduling
- The Planning (goal setting meeting)
- What To Do During The Year
- Preparing For The Performance Review
- Conducing the Appraisal Meeting
Within each of those categories are from 3-12 steps needed to complete the step.
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Please keep in mind that helpcards are short, tightly written 8.5 x 11 inch cards meant to be used on the job. If you are looking for longer book length information, we suggest you also consider our book offerings on performance management and appraisal.