Perhaps no other area of
supervision is as full of anxiety
as Performance Appraisal.
It has the potential for either
positive or negative consequences
in terms of morale, motivation,
and cooperation. It is a “forced
confrontation and judgment”
which most employees and
supervisors dislike. However, the
success or failure of performance
evaluation depends on the
attitude and skill of the evaluator.
Some of the topics that will be covered are:
Definitions and purposes of Performance Appraisal
Why do we have to rate others?
Seven Steps to an Effective Review
Pitfalls to avoid
Common appraisal problems
Hidden Sources of poor performance
The forms and the systems that we use
The legalities of Performance Evaluation