What are Appraisal Meetings?

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Need to know how to prepare for and conduct an appraisal meeting? This eBook gives you practical advice so that process is productive and stress free.
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Paul Newton has worked in IT and Project management for over 30 years and has also developed several internet based enterprises. He was a co-founder and director of ITT Ltd where he was responsible for the development and marketing of software-based management training tools. Clients included Microsof...

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Your appraisal meetings need to be a productive and stress free experience. You need to know how to recognizes past achievements and sets clear objectives for the future. This eBook gives you practical advice on how to prepare for and conduct this critical performance review meeting.

It offers practical advice in how to maximize employee engagement. As well as identify the key elements that must be in place to ensure a productive appraisal meeting.

The appraisal meeting should be a productive and stress free experience that recognizes past achievements and sets clear objectives for the future. This eBook gives you practical advice on how to prepare for and conduct this critical meeting.

You will learn how to:

  • Maximize employee engagement by integrating this meeting into a fair and objective performance appraisal cycle
  • Identify the key elements that must be in place to ensure a productive meeting
  • Phrase your opening remarks to encourage full employee participation
  • Deal with any disagreements that may arise when you have different opinions about past performance
  • Set targets for specific goals and competency development that will satisfy their aspirations as well as the needs of the organization
  1. The Appraisal Process
    1. The Appraisal Form
  2. The Appraisal Meeting
    1. Openings for Success
    2. Reviewing and Rating Current Performance
    3. Defining Future Goals
    4. Handling Disagreements
  3. Summary
  4. References