How to Do Performance Evaluations
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Performance Evaluations – Overview
Performance Evals can help turn your most problematic employees into top producers – IF all of your managers are properly trained on how to do them the right way. In this program, Glenn shows you the simple but powerful and effective steps to make them work for your company.
Are Performance Evaluations a Waste of Your Precious Time?
If you’d rather have a root canal without anesthesia than do Performance Evals, you’re in good company. Managers describe it as their second most dreaded task (having to fire people is #1). But no matter how much you may hate doing them, you need to do them for seven very good reason.
How to Prevent a Leniency Bias when Doing Performance Evaluations
Remember the classic Chevy Chase movie “Christmas Vacation”? In it, Clark Griswold expects a big year end bonus he plans on using to put in a pool. Instead, he gets a membership to the Jelly of the Month Club, so his brother-in-law kidnaps his boss. In this lesson, Glenn explains how this can affect you when you’re doing performance evaluations.
How to Prevent a Length of Service Bias when Doing Performance Evaluations
There is an assumption that the longer someone has been with your company, the more valuable they are to your company. While that should be the case, it isn’t always the reality. In this lesson, Glenn explains how to avoid a Length of Service Bias when doing performance evaluations.
How to Prevent a Central Tendency when Doing Performance Evaluations
Sometimes managers try so hard to avoid being too lenient or too critical that they give everyone average scores. While this is easier for the manager, it does a huge disservice to the employee, and to the company. In this lesson, Glenn explains how to avoid a Central Tendency when doing performance evaluations.