Reframing the dreaded annual review between manager and employee to a more qualitative and motivating approach is easier said than done.
Performance management is critical to any organization’s success, yet it’s something many fail to do well.
The core of the problem is often the dreaded performance review itself. The annual review between manager and employee has evolved into a chore that managers must get done and filed away, rather than a process that ultimately contributes to the goal of evaluating and improving performance. Whether someone is giving or receiving an annual performance appraisal, there always seems to be something throwing a wrench in the effectiveness of the practice.
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