- Identify ongoing leadership behaviors that tend to create problems during a performance appraisal
- List the major reasons for conducting a performance appraisal
- Understand the importance of using positive approaches to bring about changes in an employee rather than using the performance appraisal as an instrument for judging
- Recognize the importance of using words or phrases that produce an atmosphere of guidance and helpfulness
- Implement the detailed preparation necessary to insure a good performance appraisal
- Analyze areas of concern for the employee and the supervisor or manager
- Assist the employee in developing specific solutions
- Provide the employee with specific positive feedback
- Help the employee develop an action plan for key solutions
- Use a summary/follow-up procedure to insure good communication of intent
Pete Land has presented high-impact presentations and keynotes for the past 30
years to large multinational associations and corporate audiences. Topics include motivation, leadership, change, and communications. Referral and repeat engagements account for over 70% of his business. He has traveled to 50 different countries and spoken to audiences on four continents.
DVD-R or VHS demonstration tape and references are available upon request.
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