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This course is for onboarding New campus hires, HR Teams , People Managers as well as new professionals who have spent a year or more in corporate jobs. We frequently use the tools that HR provides us but lack the method to making it a success. As per industry standards Most companies have a process of providing feedback to employees on an annual or semi-annual basis.
Unfortunately, a recent Gallup research shows that only 14% of employees strongly agree that the performance reviews they receive inspire them to improve.
We cover the enclosed Topics
Career Path Planning
Goals Framework 1 - S.M.A.R.T.
Self Rating or Assessment
Managing your Manager
Negotiating Raise| Promo
Methods of Perf Appraisal
Tools #1 #2
It is important for individuals and organizations to understand performance appraisal methods for several reasons:
Evaluate employee performance: Performance appraisal methods help employers to evaluate the performance of their employees, identify areas of improvement, and make decisions related to promotions, bonuses, and other incentives.
Set goals and expectations: Performance appraisal methods provide a framework for setting goals and expectations for employees, which helps to align their efforts with organizational objectives.
Identify training needs: By evaluating employee performance, performance appraisal methods can help to identify training needs and develop training programs that improve employee skills and knowledge.
Enhance communication: Performance appraisal methods provide a structured framework for managers and employees to communicate about performance expectations, progress, and feedback.
Improve employee motivation and engagement: When employees feel that their performance is being evaluated fairly and that their contributions are valued, they are more likely to be motivated and engaged in their work.
In summary, understanding performance appraisal methods is important for improving employee performance, aligning individual and organizational goals, identifying training needs, enhancing communication, and improving employee motivation and engagement.