As a leadership development specialist, it is my job to help leaders become excellent at managing and leading. There are so many things to learn and often very little time to study and practice. This is why I have always loved Harvard Business Reviews ’20-minute Manager series’. It is designed to get you up to speed on crucial management skills in a Jiffy and offers a lot of usable advice. This week I took their book on ‘Performance Reviews’ and boiled it down even further.
So, if you – like me – love learning and improving but feel short on time, check out the video and brush up on your ‘Performance Review skills’.
See, Performance reviews are a fundamental part of the performance management process in many companies. When handled correctly, it can result in better job performance and higher morale, which can positively influence your entire organization. But if handled poorly, it can have the opposite effect, so you must get it right!!
Performance review – The basics.
A performance review is the process of evaluating the quality of your employees’ work and discussing your assessment with them. It is usually conducted annually, with ‘follow-up’ as needed.
This video will review four steps that will help you conduct excellent ‘Performance Reviews’.
Step 1: Gather information
Step 2: Evaluate performance
Step 3: Conduct the meeting
Step 4: Follow up
You can check out the video here: https://youtu.be/bUyw9lMEK78
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