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Performance Development Fred Johnson University of Phoenix
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Performance Development An effective manager should be able to give, as well as receive, feedback (Nickels, McHugh, & McHugh, 2008). Feedback will be giving to my employees in many different ways. Feedback will be given either verbally or in a written communication, depending on the circumstances. I prefer to give immediate verbal feedback when observing a situation, whether the feedback is a verbal praise for doing something right or a coaching opportunity for correcting an error. I know that verbal comments between my employees and I help build stronger communication between us. I will use written feedback for consistent behavior so that my employees will have documented techniques on how to correct their behavior. My feedback will be use for promotion purposes or for counseling and corrective actions. All incidents will be discussed in further detail to give the employee an opportunity to give me feedback during our monthly performance review. Mentoring may be an alternative to help the employee obtain a better performance. In our monthly performance review, the employee’s jobs expectations, quality of work, and the employee’s current abilities and skills will be discussed. The target goal for
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