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As an employee, what’s your least preferred activity? Again—you’re not alone.
Often performance evaluations are cited as the most broken and least preferred organizational practice, but everyone knows goal setting and performance management are important. So how can you help your direct reports succeed?
Schedule a time to find out why they think they were hired and talk through the ways your mission has changed since then. Chances are they know your organization and its mission well enough that they aren’t someone you want to slip away, so find out if there is another way they can help your team succeed.
What would you add? Are there other ways that you help employees and managers collaboratively work together to make performance evaluations more productive and enjoyable?