The essential elements for performance reviews in the workplace are covered in this CPD-course. Performance reviews in the workplace have often been seen as an annual review and an obligatory task. However, more and more companies consider reviews as valuable means of steering towards objectives. They identify strengths and weaknesses in a joint effort with the employee. Furthermore, they set goals for future performance. When done right, performance reviews can help employees understand what they’re doing well. Secondly employees learn how they can improve. Thirdly, how their work aligns with larger company goals and what is expected of them in their given role. On the other end, managers who use performance reviews effectively can more easily recognise high performing employees. Leaders can correct issues before they become insurmountable and communicate expectations. Furthermore, they can encourage growth and development and foster employee engagement.
On the other hand, performance reviews can become lengthy, time-consuming and counter productive. You are looking for quality and valuable performance steering. Doing it right means: guidance, motivation and focus! This CPD-course provides valuable practical insights how to establish an efficient and effective process of continuous performance reviewing.
In this CPD-course you will learn:
- The benefits and principles of structured and regular performance reviews
- How to do informal appraisals
- How to do formal performance reviews
- Practical tips and guidelines for performance reviews
- The advantages of 360-degree reviews and results-based performance appraisals
- sample performance review forms
- Lectures 4
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 3 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
Formal and Informal appraisals 4
Regular performance reviews are provided to individuals and groups in accordance with organisational requirements. Regular feedback is an essential source for correcting process mistakes and creating opportunities for improvement. In this section you will learn: • the difference between formal and informal appraisals • effective appraisal techniques • analysing and interpreting feedback • results based appraisals The way performance reviews and appraisals are done also depends on the context you are working in. So we will show you a number of different interpretations of performance appraisals and use the elements which are valuable to you.