Understanding Performance—Good and Bad


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Understanding Performance—Good and Bad
1010204 Understanding Performance—Good and BadLet's restate a key point. The real value of the performance review comes from its function as a communication vehicle for manager and employee to identify barriers to performance and develop plans to eliminate or overcome those barriers. Its major purpose is to help everyone succeed to the extent possible, so that the employee, the manager, and the company all benefit.Can you use performance reviews for other things? Yes. Will you do so? Probably. Still, if you don't use the review process to improve performance, then it becomes a cost and not an asset.One of the reasons performance reviews end up ineffective and disliked by all is t…
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Robert Bacal: Manager's Guide to Performance Reviews. Understanding Performance—Good and Bad, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2004), AccessEngineering Export