Join Todd Dewett for an in-depth discussion in this video Tackling tough phrasing, part of Performance Review Fundamentals.
…We all know that employees need feedback.…Generally speaking, they want to know how they're doing,…and whether or not they're meeting the bosses expectations.…Bosses love to give feedback, when it's positive and affirming.…It's far more challenging, however, when the feedback is difficult or critical.…And there's no time this is more…true than when you're delivering an employee evaluation.…This formal discussion will challenge your communication skills like few…other situations.…In this conversation you had the chance to add clarity and motivation.…
But you also run the risk of creating conflict and hurt feelings.…You can't control how the other person will react to what you have to say.…But you can seriously reduce the likelihood of negativity…by choosing your words carefully, and delivering them effectively.…The old saying, It's not what you say, but how you say it, is actually wrong.…What you say matters a lot, that's why to…get to this point, you've done so much homework.…In addition, how you say what you say, is also very important.…
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- Understanding the performance cycle
- Setting performance goals
- Collecting performance data and feedback
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