How To Conduct A Performance Appraisal

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Editor: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 9781562862961
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Does the performance appraisal system at your organization work well? Could it be improved? This issue gives background and foundation guidance, as well as ideas, processes, methods, and best practices for conducting performance appraisals. The job aids at the back of the issue provide a checklist of tasks when preparing for and conducting a performance review.

Performance Appraisal For Sport And Recreation Managers

Author: Joanne MacLean
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780736036429
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This manual is specifically designed to help sport management personnel use "Management by Objective" principles to conduct performance appraisals and set goals. Using case studies, the author explains procedures for developing job assessments, descriptions and evaluation criteria.

The Human Touch Performance Appraisal

Author: Charles M. Cadwell
Editor: Amer Media Incorporated
ISBN: 9781884926235
File Size: 72,66 MB
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The Human Touch Performance Appraisal, focuses on the process of conducting performance appraisals, not the paperwork or the "form." Applying the human touch helps managers get the most from their employees; it is a way to identify and focus on employees' goals, needs, and expectations. Managers who implement the human touch build on their employees' strengths and help them reach their true potential. Book jacket.

A Manager S Guide To Performance Appraisal

Author: Thomas Henry Patten
Editor: MacMillan Publishing Company
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Explains how to conduct fair, objective, and productive performance appraisals, and tells how appraisals can be used to improve employee motivation and morale

Perfect Phrases For Performance Reviews

Author: Douglas Max
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071501941
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Hands-on help for quicklyand persuasivelywriting company-mandated performance appraisals Writing performance appraisals is one of the most difficult and time-consuming tasks managers face. Perfect Phrases for Performance Reviews simplifies the job, providing a comprehensive collection of phrases that managers can use to describe employee performance, provide directions for improvement, and more. For example: "Sets priorities well" "Misses important deadlines" "Thorough, reliable, and accurate" All managers and HR professionals will value the book for its: Hundreds of ready-to-use phrases, organized by job skill and performance level Tips for documenting performance issues and conducting face-to-face reviews Easily adapted performance review templates covering five performance levels With the wide-ranging assortment of descriptions available in this book, managers will be able to find the perfect terms to help them analyze and understand the work performance of each person they work with.

Performance Appraisal

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Editor: Harvard Business Press
ISBN: 1422136604
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The Pocket Mentor series offers immediate solutions to the challenges managers face on the job every day. Each book in the series is packed with handy tools, self-tests, and real-life examples to help you identify strengths and weaknesses and hone critical skills. Whether you're at your desk, in a meeting, or on the road, these portable guides enable you to tackle the daily demands of your work with greater speed, savvy, and effectiveness. One of your most sensitive duties as a manager is conducting performance appraisals. How do you objectively evaluate another person's performance? What guidelines are there for talking to your direct reports about both their strengths and their weaknesses? How can you address a weakness to help an employee develop into a stronger member of your team? This book teaches you how to prepare for, conduct, and follow up on performance evaluations in ways that link employee performance to your company's and group's goals. You'll learn how to: - Document employee development right from the start - Set the appropriate tone in a performance review - Address a performance problem - Follow up on next steps with your employee

Performance Appraisal

Author: Harvard Press
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The Pocket Mentor series offers immediate solutions to the challenges managers face on the job every day. Each book in the series is packed with handy tools, self-tests, and real-life examples to help you identify strengths and weaknesses and hone critical skills. Whether you're at your desk, in a meeting, or on the road, these portable guides enable you to tackle the daily demands of your work with greater speed, savvy, and effectiveness. One of your most sensitive duties as a manager is conducting performance appraisals. How do you objectively evaluate another person's performance? What guidelines are there for talking to your direct reports about both their strengths and their weaknesses? How can you address a weakness to help an employee develop into a stronger member of your team? This book teaches you how to prepare for, conduct, and follow up on performance evaluations in ways that link employee performance to your company's and group's goals. You'll learn how to: - Document employee development right from the start - Set the appropriate tone in a performance review - Address a performance problem - Follow up on next steps with your employee.

Evaluating The Nonprofit Ceo

Author: John Gillis
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780834204867
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Evaluating the Nonprofit CEO is designed to be read and used by board members, and covers all the points administrators tell us they'd like their board members to know about the performance appraisal process. This resource provides information about how board members can conduct regular, consistent, and fair evaluations and salary reviews. Evaluating the Nonprofit CEO contains tips and strategies to actually conduct performance appraisals. It's full of useful forms, checklists, and questionnaires to make sure board members are fully qualified to write job descriptions, evaluate performance, and formulate achievable and measurable goals.

Powerful Performance Appraisals

Author: Charles M. Cadwell
Editor: Career PressInc
ISBN: 9781564141651
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Describes the performance appraisal process, and offers advice on setting goals, preparing for an appraisal session, following up on feedback, and maintaining written records

Performance Management

Author: James Rollo
Editor: Goal Q P C Incorporated
ISBN: 9781576811153
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A conveniently sized guide to attracting, developing and retaining a talented workforce features an additional chapter on how to develop a performance plan for gaining employee commitment as well as detailed steps for implementing each phase of a performance-management system.

The Complete Guide To Performance Appraisal

Author: Dick Grote
Editor: Amacom
ISBN: 9780814420058
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Performance Appraisal Handbook The

Author: Amy DelPo
Editor: Nolo
ISBN: 1413305679
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The Performance Appraisal Handbook is a must-read for every manager, whether they're writing a performance review for the first time or the hundredth. It's packed with the information and tools you need to make their company's appraisal process work better for everyone. Readers will know: • How to write and conduct effective appraisals • How to prevent potential lawsuits stemming from an appraisal • Essential employment law basics. The 2nd edition is completely updated with latest laws and provides sample forms and policies. Also, there is now going to be a CD-ROM which will include the forms, checklists and quizzes from the book.

Performance Appraisals

Author: Martin Fisher
Editor: Kogan Page Limited
ISBN: 9780749420215
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More and more organizations are now using performance appraisal systems as part of their strategy to increase motivation, develop staff skills and achieve corporate goals. This highly practical book explains the benefits of developing a performance appraisal system and shows how to: -- prepare for the appraisal interview -- set performance objectives -- conduct an appraisal interview -- follow up the appraisal interview with on-going informal reviews. The book looks beyond the benefits of developing a performance appraisal system to the details of actually setting one up. "A practical introduction which illustrates how appraisal schemes work and how they can be effectively monitored". -- Employment Gazette

Performance Management

Author: Robert Bacal
Editor: McGraw-Hill
ISBN: 9780070718661
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You can achieve performance levels once thought unattainableÐbut only when managers and workers establish clear lines of communication, and understand how their jobs contribute to the goals of both themselves and the organization. Performance Management is the comprehensive guidebook on how to establish a communication system to get top performance and value from each employee. It will show you how to conduct goals-focused performance planning meetings and performance appraisals and foster a true commitment to success within each employee. A meaningful tool for stimulating workplace cooperation, Performance Management will benefit the employee, the manager, and the organization itself.

The Performance Appraisal Tool Kit

Author: Paul Falcone
Editor: AMACOM
ISBN: 0814432646
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A well-crafted performance plan has the power to dramatically impact a company's bottom line by increasing efficiency and effectiveness in the workplace. This uniquely practical book provides a customizable appraisal template covering the essential areas of performance and conduct and reveals how you can adapt it to fit varying business strategies. Taking into account factors such as workforce composition, company growth stage, and organizational goals and challenges, The Performance Appraisal Tool Kit shows you how to: * Profile ideal employee performance and behavior * Design competencies that power performance, both at the individual and enterprise level * Drive future change by setting your organization's strategic direction * Retool the appraisal as needed to ratchet up expectations over time Complete with model performance templates that make redesigning your current program simpler, this one-of-a-kind guide will help you create a dynamic appraisal system that's flexible and adaptable enough to accommodate market changes, revised priorities, and increasing productivity targets. This book is approved for HRCI Recertification Credit. See the SHRM store website for details.

Performance Management System

Author: R K Sahu
Editor: Excel Books India
ISBN: 9788174465122
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A Comprehensive book from Dr R. K. Sahu, renowned HR consultant & passionate corporate Trainer with inputs out of his vast experience of working for over 360 companies like A.C.C, BALCO, Delphi, Electrolux, EID Parry, Eicher Motors, GRASIM, Hindustan Lever, Hindustan Zinc, Hero Honda, Indian Oil Corp., KRIBHCO, Kanoria Chemicals, MICO, Mitshubishi, NTPC, NALCO, Pepsi, Parle Products, Ployplex Corporation, PPAP, Ranbaxy, Sona Koyo, Tata Motors, whirlpool etc. to name a few.A complete guide for HR Professionals & Consultants, Professors of Human Resource Development & Management Students, Enterpreneurs, Trainers and all individuals who want to understand the concept of Performance Management System & Implement it in the organisation.A practical treatise covering all the facets of Performance Management System including:l Performance Planningl Performance Monitoring & Coachingl Performance Measurement & Feedbackl Performance Linked Reward & Development Planl Common Understanding of organisation's priorities, goals and shareholder value driversl Clear Expectations for individual and group Contribution towards shareholder value creationl Capability built through feedback, coaching and Counsellingl Commitment towards Corporate's shareholder value creation based on meaningful work and rewards

The Process Of An Employee Performance Appraisal Its Aims Functions And Methods

Author: Mandy Witt
Editor: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3346338487
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Academic Paper from the year 2020 in the subject Leadership and Human Resource Management - Leadership, grade: 1,4, Mendel University, course: PEFNet2020, language: English, abstract: This term paper is about the process of employee performance appraisals. To this purpose, the author starts with the disambiguation of essential terms and definitions, as well as with the explanation of employee performance appraisal aims and functions. Subsequently, the process of an employee performance appraisal is discussed, as well as the different appraisal methods. Finally, potential sources of error and possible biases are analysed. Nobody is beyond jumping to conclusions, thus often adjudicating wrongly. Whenever people meet, regardless of private or professional context, they use to assess, to adjudicate or to condemn. In order to make the evaluation of another person less difficult, people use to lapse into clichés and stereotypes. In spite of all efforts to evaluate the employee ́s performance in a fair, objective and factual way, performance appraisals always represent a subjective act, which is affected by numerous factors. Employee performance appraisals are supposed to clarify whether the respective employee is able to meet the employer ́s demands. In case an employee is hired on the basis of misjudgement or rating errors, or if someone is employed for an inappropriate position, this can result in considerable costs (increased requirements during the familiarisation phase, loss of sales and profits or even loss of clients), i.e. consequential costs (searching for a new employee, re-establishing a good reputation). Inappropriate employees will not provide the expected benefit. Moreover, if the worse comes the worse, they could even damage the employer ́s organisation/company. However, the recording of the employees ́ strengths and weaknesses does not only serve as a record of results, professional conduct and potentials in order to provide the best possible employment, but also as the basis for the definition of an adequate salary Performance appraisals can result in – positive or negative – personnel measures. Hence, the employee performance appraisal represents an essential leadership task of any executive.