Join Todd Dewett for an in-depth discussion in this video Observing performance trends over time, part of Performance Review Foundations.
…The number one reason performance reviews are often so difficult for…managers, is because they think of the review as a one-time event.…That's a major problem.…That belief reinforces your desire to not think about…the review process unless it's formally time to do so.…In contrast, the most successful managers are pro-active and…find their own way to continuously monitor each team member.…This is a great hedge against the many cognitive biases that have been identified…that pose a challenge to clear and…accurate thought, when it's time to evaluate someone.…
Here are a few of the most dangerous that you'll want to be aware of.…The first is simply poor memory.…To be blunt, human memory is terrible.…The more busy we are and the more successful we are,…the more bits of data there are floating around in our brains.…We try to organize it, but recalling…things becomes difficult rapidly as time moves on.…Next there are a few very specific types…of memory biases that hurt our recall ability.…The most common are primacy and recency effects.…
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- Understanding the performance cycle
- Setting performance goals
- Collecting performance data and feedback
- Writing the review
- Discussing performance with an employee
- Using a performance improvement plan (PIP)<br><br>
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