Writing and Conducting Effective Performance Reviews
Writing and conducting performance appraisals is perhaps the most important duty of any supervisor. If not written effectively or conducted productively, appraisals can inhibit employee development and decrease organizational success. When the review process works successfully, individual and company alike benefit.
Who Should Take This Course:
Anyone who supervises other people and periodically evaluates their performance. (This course can be specifically designed for new supervisors.)
Participants will learn and practice techniques for improving their ability to describe performance in writing and to articulate evaluations in face-to-face meetings. Specifically, you will learn how to:
Writing and Conducting Effective Performance Reviews is conducted over 1 day. The total cost includes pre-program interviews with and/or surveys of participants to determine their specific needs. The cost also includes preparation, instruction, and all training materials (substantial manuals) for up to 20 participants.
*Please Note: Writing and Conducting Performance Reviews does not treat personnel or employment law. Nothing in this training replaces or helps you replace a formal, legally valid employee handbook or a personnel policies and procedures manual. We encourage all organizations to prepare such handbooks or manuals, with the advice of their human resource and legal professionals.