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Conducting Extraordinary Performance Appraisals

Making Performance Appraisals Meaningful

16 min | by Training ABC

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Performance appraisals are one of a manager's most important responsibilities, but conducting them can be difficult — especially when discussing negative behaviors. This program shows how to get the most out of the appraisal and the employee.

Languages: English
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Conducting Extraordinary Performance Appraisals outlines an essential skill every manager must have. Appraisals serve as an opportunity to provide constructive feedback and coaching as well as a time to give recognition and inspiration. Great appraisals improve employee performance while simultaneously strengthening managerial performance.

An extraordinary performance appraisal is not born out of a single meeting. Rather, it’s a continuous year-round process. Performance appraisals are only meaningful when they have direct, ongoing influence on an employee’s behavior and performance. And the appraisal won’t have any influence if it’s something you think about just one day a year.

This program covers:

  • Preparation & Documentation
  • Performance Logs & Job Analysis
  • Employee Self-Appraisals
  • Best practices for Forms, Meetings
  • Maintaining Objectivity
  • Goal-setting & Follow-through 

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Product Details
Is Best Seller? No
Program Length 16 min
Format eLearning, USB
Languages English
Producer Training ABC

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