Observing employee behavior


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Observing employee behavior

As a leader, it's natural for you to observe the performance of your team. However, how often we observe and how systematically we observe, are worth talking about. To give your employees the feedback they need, whether that's on a random Tuesday when you see them in the break room, or during a performance review, you need to be as informed as possible That's why it's useful to occasionally reminds yourself what it is that you're trying to observe. When you're looking at performance. Your examining the person's personality and attitudes, their interpersonal skills, their technical and business skills, and their character.

That sounds like a lot, but those are the basic areas to consider. And when you remind yourself of these categories, you're more likely to notice relevant behaviors when you see them. Some managers find it helpful to organize their note taking, using the vernacular found in the competency model underlying the performance review. That way as you accumul...

Observing employee behavior
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