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Conducting Performance Reviews

Performance reviews are considered by many managers as a necessary - but disliked - task. How can your staff performance management system effectively promote the skills and motivation of employees and also keeps staff results-focused?
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Management By Wandering Around - Performance Plans

by Ian Berry

I am yet to find a more effective way to ensure people perform at optimum levels on a consistent basis than Management by Wandering Around (MBWA), originated by Tom Peters.

A Checklist For Introducing 360 Degree Feedback

by OPRA Group Limited

For an organisation to evolve, the people working in it need to adapt. 360 degree feedback is playing an increasingly vital role in the change process.

Feedback - Your People Need It

by Paul Phillips

Ideally you will have a performance management system that incorporates WHAT people need to do through a job description and HOW they are to do it through core competencies and behaviours. However, whether you have that in place or not, early setting of expectations and provision of feedback is essential.

Ensuring Accurate Assessment In Performance Management

by Diane Gerard and Mark Salierno

Exceeded expectations. Achieved expectations. Did not meet expectations. How many companies are aware that their current performance management system may be failing to correctly assess and reward employee performance?

Feedback That Engages All Ages

by Karen Schmidt

Giving feedback to employees, both positive and negative, is vital to creating an engaged workforce. So how can you deliver feedback to suit the varying needs of the generations?

Tips For Successful Performance Reviews

by Onetest

The following 10 tips are designed to help you prepare for your next performance review process.

The Problem With Time Management

by Vince Thompson

In the same way that you coordinate the schedule in your PDA and your laptop with the one in your desktop computer, you need to continually coordinate with your bosses to ensure that you are clear, on track, and working from the same plan.

The 10 Commandments Of Performance Improvement

by Prosell

Performance management and the improvement of employee performance are hinged on all levels of management accessing and implementing processes, which effectively assist staff and, in turn, the company, achieve specific and measurable outcomes.

Becoming An Employer Of Choice

by Ronald Forbes

Open communication through feedback.

Staff Performance Appraisals

by Graham Haines

Aligning the company objectives with employees' performance.

Feedback: Truths And Myths Of 360s

by Edwin Baker

"Understand thyself, improve thyself and then improve the bottom line" is a pervasive notion in today's business world. At the root of this idea is self-awareness; in the business world this means knowing your strengths and weaknesses so you can play up the former and work on the latter.

Using KPIs To Keep Performance Improving

by NSW Business Chamber

Key performance indicators (KPIs) are used by organisations both to measure individual employee performance and to measure overall organisation performance. This article covers their use for individual employees.

Performance Management On A Shaky Foundation?

by Capital H Group

Renovate, restore, remodel – or tear it down?

Considering Linking Performance Reviews To Competencies?... Think Twice.

by Beth Williams

Thanks in large part to the various corporate scandals now in the public eye, many organizations have begun to focus on HOW work gets done, not just on bottom line results. When we talk about the HOW, we are talking about competencies. This means that competency models are now receiving greater attention than ever before.

The Future Of Performance Measurement

by Professor Andy Neely

Today the problem is not that the wrong things are being measured, but that too much is being measured. Executives appear to be obsessed with quantification.

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