August 1st 2006
Improving Performance Through Appraisal Dialogues
This report examines whether the formal dialogue in performance appraisal between an employee and their manager is effective in improving the employee's performance. Through member input, the characteristics of effective appraisals are revealed including how they can be used to align individual and organisational goals and different appraisal techniques.
The topics covered in this in-depth CRF report on appraisals include:
• Why most appraisal discussions don’t improve employee performance
• What characterises effective appraisal discussions?
• Aligning individual and organisational goals through appraisals
• How effective appraisals can be facilitated
• Blockers to effective appraisals
• The areas of appraisal training that can be the most beneficial to managers
• The role of organisational culture in appraisals
• Utilising employee surveys effectively
• What an effective appraisal looks like
• Fixing the motivation gap within your organisation
Here, you can download and view the report on appraisals. The full report is accessible for CRF members only. If you are not a member and are interested in discussing membership, please contact Richard Hargreaves on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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