EFFECTIVE PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS

A good appraisal system relieves the pressure on both sides. When objectives are clear and set by managers and employees together, and when they jointly monitor progress toward them, fair and accurate appraisals are almost guaranteed. Good workers get the recognition they deserve, and poor performers learn about problems before they grow out of control.

CONTENT
1. The Productive Appraisal

  • Using the Right Approach to Appraise Performance
  • Knowing the Performance Appraisal Steps
2. Lay the Groundwork
  •  Setting useful Objectives
  •  Document Employee Performance 
           # Seven Common Errors in Appraising Employees
3. Fruitful Appraisal Meetings
  •  Formal Meeting & Preparation
  •  Assessing Marginal Performers Constructively
  •  Fair and Legal Appraisals
           # Improve Your Appraisal Style

4. Follow Up
  •  The Year-End Appraisal
  •  Creating an Employee-Development Plan

PARTICIPANTS
Supervisor position that they evaluate of subordinate job’s performance


EXCLUSIVE METHOD
Self Assessment, Case Story / Group Interaction


DURATION
One Day