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Since managers are charged with the success of the function entrusted to them, it’s essential for them to get the strongest possible contribution from every member of their team. Performance reviews are one of the most useful tools in gaining that contribution.
The goal of every performance review is to motivate workers. Even when a worker’s recent performance has been below expectations, a carefully conducted review can provide the encouragement to make necessary improvements.
To be effective and successful at conducting personnel performances, managers should follow these guidelines.
To some managers this may all sound like a lot of paperwork and attention to detail. But these are all time-proven strategies. Careful attention to the eight principles in this article will optimize the opportunity for performance reviews to be effective, productive, and motivational.
© 2015, Dr. Mike Armour