Summary and Info
Conducting performance appraisals can be a daunting prospect, especially for new managers. With the same brand of accessible and sage advice readers have come to rely on from The First-Time Manager, this helpful guide provides straightforward, useful information that will enable anyone to take on this important task with confidence and skill. Filled with ready-to-use tools including sample dialogues, phrases, and documents, as well as plenty of useful tips, The First-Time Manager’s Guide to Performance Appraisals shows readers how to:* review an employee’s past performance * prepare for the face-to-face meeting * assess how successful the employee has been at meeting goals * set new objectives * help develop career plans * evaluate performers at every level * understand the importance of coaching and counseling throughout the year * write up the appraisal and use ratings * follow up effectivelyThis book is an essential resource for managers who want to get the most from the performance appraisal process . . . and from their people.
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Diane Aker Jenkins (born December 1946) is the American co-founder and executive director of Friends of the Americas.
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