Performance Reviews - Its Objectives and Criterions
Review of performance once or twice in a year provides an objective or a sense of focus on the key performance or development issues. Performance review meetings form the basis for enabling both the managers and the individuals to positively explore ways for improving the performance in the near future and to identify solutions for resolving the issues which come in the way of attainment of predetermined performance standards.
Some of the crucial objectives of performance reviews are as follows:
Performance review meetings should focus on two major areas: Firstly on performance improvement measures and secondly, the meeting should be forward looking in nature rather than backward looking. The main problems which normally arise during the period of performance reviews are:
The above discussed problems can be checked by adopting the following measures:
The golden rules for conducting a performance review meeting:
Guiding principles of a review meeting:
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