More often than not, performance reviews are a mutually-dreaded miscommunication between manager and employee, often resulting in unfulfilling objectives, disgruntled employees, and confused managers - all while leaving damaging documentation that only shows the employee did not know what was expected of them.
But wait; there's hope! You can have a process that changes behavior, leaves good documentation, improves communication and, most importantly, aligns employee behaviors and activities into successful outcomes.
Not only that, but a good system can develop your managers into becoming better managers without costly traditional training.
This audio conference will help you change existing performance review practices into a performance management system that focuses on combining continual employee development with business process improvement.
- The one small and surprisingly easy change that makes all the difference
- The difference between performance ranking and performance management
- Anniversary date or annual reviews? It makes a huge difference which cycle you choose
- The tools a manager has. How to know when and which tool to use
- Who is responsible for what? HR? Management? Employee?
- The sure fire way to get managers on board with doing great reviews
About Your Speaker
Carol Hacker is a celebrated speaker and author who is nationally recognized as a "high-content presenter who motivates". Carol teaches her audiences how to build profitability through winning teams, productivity, employee competence, and a commitment to excellence.
As the author of over 400 published articles, 14 books, and scores of audio CDs, her conference attendees number in the hundreds of thousands. She presents more than 100 programs every year on recruiting, retention, leading a multigenerational workforce, team building, performance evaluation, motivation, change management and more.
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