Conducting the Performance Review Appraisal

Training is essential for all those who conduct performance appraisals. Without training, managers and supervisors often “repeat the past.” This means they appraise others much as they have been appraised in the past, which often will have been done poorly. Effective performance appraisals lead to clear and open communication and coaching for improved performance.

  • Appraisal Process and Timing
  • How to Communicate Positive and Negative Feedback
  • When and How to Discuss Training and Development Goals
  • How to Avoid Common Rating Errors
  • Importance of Effective Performance Management After the Session

This four-hour program is targeted for those with supervisory responsibility.

We can tailor this program and deliver it on-site for your employees and leaders.

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Scott Tackett Scott Tackett

Scott Tackett is a human resource and management training specialist. With 32 years of experience in both operations and human resource management, he was employed in a human resource capacity for 20 years for Denman Tire Corporation where he last served as vice president of human resources and administration. 

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“I would recommend this to all that give performance appraisals!”

Brian Eaton, Shipping/Receiving Manager,
Carlisle Brake and Friction