The annual performance review. It’s a process that’s universally dreaded by managers and employees alike. And there’s good reason for these strong reactions. No matter how much time and attention organizations spend on re-engineering the evaluation process, it still seems to end up a subjective, confusing and sometimes even demoralizing exercise.
We recently released a new issue of InsideCoaching, our Hudson white papers that regularly cover topics critical and important for successful coaching in today’s world. In this issue, we cover the annual performance review from a coaching perspective including:
- The evolution from top-down annual reviews to continuous management
- Equipping your managers to “Coach on the Spot”
- How to Engage, Plan, and Sustain as part of a successful coaching methodology
Organizations we’ve worked with have found that managers who coach not only improve productivity, performance, and engagement within their teams and direct reports, they also become better managers overall…
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If you’re a member of the Hudson CHICoach Community, this issue of InsideCoaching is available to you in the Resources section of the CHICoach Community.