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Shane 3. In between evaluations/appraisals, what should managers and employees do to ensure that job responsibilities and progress goals are met? Communicate clear expectations, provide all necessary tools and resources to allow for goals to be reached, identify and remove roadblocks, and provide objective status updates during periodic review sessions. In addition, a key management technique that I prefer is to celebrate wins publically to instill confidence and reprimand improper behavior during private sessions to avoid demoralizing an associate in from of his or her peers. 4. Having gone through a performance appraisal, what are some things that you would change/update/modify to improve this process? Ensure objective and consistent data is available so performance appraisals can be based on facts, rather than subjective assessments. The best and most productive appraisals occur when there are no surprises, so setting clear expectations for receiving a positive review at the very beginning of a new associates career and reinforcing the message periodically is key. Shane Davis 3. In between evaluations/appraisals, what should managers and employees do to ensure that job responsibilities and progress goals are met? · Regular weekly / bi-weekly 1:1's need to be held and the employee should leave each meeting with several action items that he / she needs to complete prior to the next meeting. Real-time feedback and coaching needs to take place consistently also. 4. Having gone through a performance appraisal, what are some things that you would change/update/modify to improve this process?
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· Since we do our performance evaluations on a yearly basis, I think it would be helpful for both the manager & the employee to review these evaluations 6 months later after they are completed to help see what progress the employee has made up until that point. It doesn't need to be anything formal, but just a more in depth 1:1 to ensure the employee is on the right track to promoting his or her career. This would be a good time to reassess any goals /
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course PROFESSION 525 taught by Professor Siler during the Summer '11 term at St. Leo.

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