What is performance management? It’s not just annual reviews – it’s about aligning an organization’s goals with its teams’ goals, as well as individual contributions. This leads to lower absenteeism, higher productivity, and fewer safety incidents.
Watch the on-demand recording of our “Designing a Performance Management Process” webinar:
This webinar was presented by Susan Crowder on May 30, 2019.
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Don’t have time to watch the full webinar? Check out our recap of Susan’s key points:
A performance management program should be a simple process with clear expectations and documentation. It should encompass everyone from the upper levels of the company to the average employee.
There are six steps to performance management process design:
Susan also suggests several best practices to include when determining your performance management strategy. From regular one-on-ones to defining clear and measurable expectations, using the STAR communication model and gathering feedback from others, there are many factors to think about when giving successful performance feedback.
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