Sourov De — June 28, 2017 — June 28, 2017 geralt / Pixabay To be a successful company you need to have a system for evaluating employee performance. There also needs to be a process for providing feedback to an employee. At most companies, a performance review serves these purposes. We don’t do performance reviews … Continue reading Have Career Conversations, Not Performance Reviews
Maren Hogan — May 26, 2017 Follow @marenhogan— May 26, 2017 We all know there are right and wrong ways to build performance culture. While we’ve done an amazing job of building performance culture from scratch here at Red Branch Media, I’ve got a couple of things going in my favor: 1) We’re still really … Continue reading Performance Reviews, Hollywood Style
Michael Heller — April 14, 2017 — April 14, 2017 It’s that time of year again. Performance reviews are coming back around and it seems to be the talk of the office. It’s the year-end event that many look forward to (or possibly dread), but the problem many companies face is the event of it … Continue reading Turning Performance Reviews into a Process, Not an Event
Michael Heller — March 22, 2017 — March 22, 2017 Performance management is one of the biggest discussions among HR professionals right now. Annual performance reviews are being debated on how to transform them into something that serves both managers and employees. Many companies are deciding to ditch the annual review process, while others are … Continue reading Annual Performance Review Predictions for 2017
Kaitlyn Hammond — March 17, 2017 — March 17, 2017 Yearly reviews are commonplace in many organizations, but they are often dreaded by both the reviewers and the employees being reviewed. Managers feel uncomfortable giving out negative feedback, while those reporting to them stress while anticipating the feedback. The main problem of annual reviews, aside … Continue reading Performance Reviews: Are You Making These Mistakes?
Brent Pohlman — January 10, 2017 Follow @brentpohlman— January 10, 2017 This is my great dilemma in 2017. I want to track my progress using meaningful data. Now many of you are probably wondering what I am talking about. However, if you look at data these days, we have butchered, abused and placed our own … Continue reading How to Measure Progress?
Ali Robins — January 10, 2017 — January 10, 2017 It’s no secret that annual performance reviews are not eagerly anticipated by managers or employees. For managers, it’s a ton of work to prepare, and for employees, it’s very nerve-racking. I was so anxious about my first annual performance review that I actually contemplated calling … Continue reading 7 Mistakes Managers Make When Giving Annual Performance Reviews
Stephanie Heitman — December 29, 2016 Follow @stephheitman— December 29, 2016 This is the first post in our Reviews FAQs series where we answer frequently asked questions about online reputation management. Reputation management is an important component of your web presence. 88% of customers search online for reviews before making a purchase. One question we … Continue reading How Do I Monitor Reviews?
Madison Lichtmann — December 2, 2016 — December 2, 2016 The end of the year is approaching fast, making now a great time to sit down with your employees, reflect on their 2016 achievements and help set them up for success in 2017. Studies show employees who are working towards achieving their goals are more … Continue reading 5 Benefits to Setting Performance Goals
by George DicksonSeptember 26, 2016 Everyone hates annual employee evaluations, but I don’t think that’s a big secret. Many employees dread their upcoming evaluation for weeks or months in advance — and whether they’re willing to admit it or not — most managers hate employee evaluations as much or more than employees do. But everyone … Continue reading 6 Research-Backed Reasons to Rethink Your Annual Employee Evaluation