Performance Review Workshop: What’s Working
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Quick ... think about your organization's performance-review process. Does it follow the proven best practices? Do you even know what those best practices are?
Stop guessing. Turn your review process from administrative drudgery to an effective motivational tool by learning how the best companies conduct their reviews.
That's why we created the Performance Review Workshop. This new webinar draws on years of research to find out what works in performance reviews — and what doesn't. You'll walk away with a concrete, practical prescription for getting better results from your appraisal.
Join us to answer questions like:
- How common are self-appraisals — should you be using them?
- When do most employers do reviews — annually or more frequently?
- Are companies using rating scales, narratives or both?
- Who conducts most reviews — the direct supervisor?
- What does the typical review measure — specific traits and behaviors or performance measured against goals?
- Who signs off on reviews — HR? VPs? Someone else?
- Should your rating forms include guidelines on what counts as a "1" versus a "5"?
- How many employers are training their managers on how to conduct reviews?
- Are employers using web-based platforms to complete reviews, or is paper still king?
You'll learn answers to all these questions and more ... plus you'll discover the 10 Most Important Lessons for conducting powerful, productive reviews. Even better, you'll get all this great advice from people who have walked in your HR shoes and have done the research to solve the "What Works" questions.
Job reviews shouldn't be paper-pushing programs that return zero value. The fact is, great performance reviews are essential to creating great organizations. Re-energize your performance-review process by learning the best practices being used in U.S. organizations today!
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times and to share it with others in your office.
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All Canadian Provinces: 1.25
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