Re: [HRNET] Request for Assistance: Info on Performance Appraisals Needed for Presentation
- View SourceHi Gary,
One reason why we conduct formal performance evaluations twice a year is
that it guarantees our employees one-on-one time with their Managers at
least 2 times per year to discuss their goals, performance, and
development. I feel that great Managers don't need formal sessions like
these to connect with their employees about performance because great
Managers are always doing it whether formally or informally with their
employees, but because so many even well-intentioned Managers often don't
take the time to do this on their own, having formal discussions planned
each year ensures this happens.
On 4/30/07, Gary Lear <discuss@...> wrote:
> Dear List Members,
> I am in the process of preparing for a presentation for a couple of
> later this fall, and I'd like to get some information from those of you
> who work
> in Human Resources on a regular basis from anywhere in the world. I am not
> interested in starting any kind of debate about the usefulness or value of
> Performance Appraisals. What I am interested in is hearing from as many
> as possible about the various reasons your organization conducts them.
> I am defining Performance Appraisal as the once or twice a year (more
> if you engage in it) event where a manager fills out a Performance
> form on an employee and then discusses it (or not) with the employee
> sending the form to HR to be filed in the employee's file.
> I am interested in hearing all of your reasons, and I promise that I will
> no negative comments on anything that is shared. I also promise that
> you share openly on the list (and I really hope you do share with everyone
> on this list; remember, hit "reply to all") or if you share only privately
> me, that no names of individuals or organizations will be shared in my
> presentations. I assure you that this is purely professional, and if I do
> actually get to give these presentations then I will share with the list
> I've posted the conference materials on our website so that you can also
> get to
> see what I've shared with others.
> Thanks in advance, and I am truly looking forward to hearing from
> Make a Great Day!
> Gary Lear, President & CEO
> Inscape Certified DiSC Trainer
> Resource Development Systems LLC
> Managing the Human Side of Business (sm)
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