Performance Management & Appraisals Free Video Collection
Announcing Our New Videos On Managing Performance And Removing The Pain From Reviews
On this page you'll be able to access our new series of videos on various topics relevant to improving performance and productivity, and more specifically, how to use performance management (including appraisals) to get that done.
Dealing With A Poor Performance Review
It's a common question: How do I deal with a performance review that is less than I wanted? It happens, since most of us think we are above average, so there's bound to be times when we feel our manager is not appreciating our work. In this video, you learn a few tricks and ways to respond, and not respond so you don't make the situation into a disaster.
In this insightful, light-hearted just for fun video, we look at whether there are actually songs written about the dreaded employee review. But there's some serious points made.
Modernizing Performance Management For THIS Century
We cover ten ideas that MUST happen if employees, managers and companies are going to see any benefit to the time and emotional energy invested in reviews. Broken up into parts for your convenience.
We tackle the myth of objectivity, a prime cause of disagreements between managers and employees, and one major reason why everyone hates appraisals.
In this video, we suggest that having Human Resources (HR) in charge of performance reviews almost guarantees failure. Time for a change.
Tools, Methods, Mistakes, Oh My, Why Does It Hurt and What To Do About It?
Rating scales are the most common method for recording performance, and while they are terrible at helping people improve, there's another problem - a common one; Adding up ratings to determine employee value in one number.
While it might be "common sense" to rank employees, there are a number of very serious side-effects rsulting from doing so. Here are the reasons why you will end up worse off by doing the ranking thing.
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