Performance and Discipline

Performance Review Training for Manager: 5 Things to Remember

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Conducting formal performance appraisals with each of their employees is not something most line managers look forward to doing. To motivate managers to do this critical function — because they want to — corporate executives responsible for human resources management need to show them how to get positive results from their appraisal sessions by providing formal training on conducting appraisals, creating the right atmosphere for the meeting, how to dispense criticism, and avoid common traps. Performance Appraisal Training You can incorporate performance evaluation training into your regular...

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Employee Evaluation Disagreements Are Best Addressed by Listening

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Employee evaluation disagreements can be more easily resolved when you, as an employer, learn how to listen and follow a number of other important steps. It�s important to remember that your goal is not to convince employees to agree with your evaluation, but to make sure they understand your evaluation, even if they never agree.

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The Employee Evaluation Is a Continuous Process, Not a Snapshot

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Employee evaluation is an important component of the most successful companies, and even the smallest ones that want to be more successful. When you apply the four steps of a best-practices method of employee evaluation, you�ll learn important information: which employees to retain, which to utilize differently and which don�t seem to be able to perform according to your expectations.

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An Employee Evaluation Form that’s Darned Near Perfect

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An employee evaluation form can strike fear in your employees because they know it will likely have a direct effect on their jobs. It can also cause dread for you and managers because of the time required to create a form, and then use it during time-consuming evaluation conferences with employees. As an employer, you can alleviate some of the fear and dread by promoting the positive benefits of the evaluation process and finding a form that includes five critical sections.

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Motivated Employees Is a Major Success Factor

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Motivated employees come in two basic groups: The few that that are self-motivated, needing little or no direction. They seem always ready to dive into their jobs and focus on efficiency and productivity. The remaining employees represent a descending scale of motivation from average to below-average to poor. As an employer, you must be constantly motivating your employees because that�s a critical factor in your success formula.

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