The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
The traditional appraisal process has been around for decades.
It involves an annual meeting with a supervisor where employees must listen to their strengths and downfalls, and areas where they must improve.
Employee appraisals provide an opportunity for the employee and the boss to sit down one-on-one to discuss progress and goals, so why is it that these meetings are often dreaded and pointless?
Although this is a time for the appraiser and the appraisee to get on the same page about the year ahead, appraisals are often mishandled by managers, who make the following mistakes during these meetings:
Nobody likes to receive negative feedback, and this can be especially crushing when it happens at work.
If your boss has just given you a negative performance review, you may feel shocked, hurt, angry or confused.
As the season for employee appraisals is here, it is very likely that you are currently preparing for meetings with your team members.
This tends to be an anxious, yet exciting time for employees, who want to hear positive reviews from their managers, as well as showing them their accomplishments throughout the year. Learn More