Writing Performance Reviews:A Write It Well Guide
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Her focus is on developing job-relevant, engaging training solutions that help people work more effectively and efficiently.. She served as a program officer at the Packard Foundation, as a management consultant with La Piana Consulting, and taught business writing at the University of California at Berkeley. She leads on-site and online workshops for clients including Hitachi Data Systems, H
Writing Performance Reviews is a user-friendly book that's filled with guidelines, tips, and tools that will help you write performance objectives, reviews, appraisals, and other performance documentation that is clear, descriptive, objective, and acceptable in today's workplace. The book includes examples, questions, and activities to help you learn on your own, with your team, or with others in your organization.
--Craig Pampeyan, Director, Business Operations, Hewlett PackardWriting Performance Reviews is a great tool to help you ensure that the performance documentation you prepare has all of its positive intended effects, and doesn't lead to unintended problems. --Jonathan Hughes, Director and Business Litigator, Howard Rice Nemerovski Canady Falk & Rabkin, PCI recommend this book! It's a great resource for the people - employee relations consultants, trainers, and managers of managers - who are all responsible for coaching and teaching others how to write effective performance management documentation. --Belva Jennings, Talent Development and Training, Unum . This book reminds people how to write a performance evaluation that will be useful to you as a manager and a welcome development tool for your employee. With the increased pace of the business envi
Jdk said Valuable Resource for the Workplace. I'm trained as an attorney and have worked in public administration. I wish that every manager and supervisor would read this book. The review process could be so much better if people knew what a well-written objective looked like, what an effective review should be, the guidelines for what is acceptable and what is not, etc. Performance reviews are mandatory in most places and need to b. Katie Johnson said Not Just a Phrase Book. I was struggling with writing reviews and so my old boss gave me a phrase book for writing reviews. Anyone can tell me how to say "it" differently but the Terk book actually taught me how to write a review that is useful for the person I'm evaluating and to take me - the evaluator - out of the equation by using objective language and examples.. Performance Reviews: Do them Right the First Time A supervisor confronts no more difficut a task than evaluating subordinates. As a lawyer, I know that a badly done performance review is a path to court or to arbitration. If you lose, you end up with a permanent employee regardless of the quality of his or her performance."Writing Performance Reviews" leads supervisors around the potholes and bear traps. It shows how to evaluate peforman