One of the biggest challenges managers face is to conduct employee evaluations that inspire positive progress. Often, managers are afraid to offer needed criticism—or they are uncertain how to award raises without looking like they’re playing favorites. But you shouldn’t—and can’t—fear the review! It’s your chance to direct, correct, and motivate your employees to success so your organization can thrive.
Learn how to do just that from management HR expert Chris DeVany as he explains how to prepare for and conduct performance discussions that are objective, comprehensive, and productive. Most importantly, DeVany will train you to offer constructive criticism—that is, to point out areas needing improvement in a way that doesn’t offend or discourage employees but will actually improve your working relationships.
After attending this audio event, you will have the tools you need to plan, manage, and conduct performance reviews that inspire employees to perform at the height of their abilities. You will understand how to motivate, not demoralize, employees. And you’ll be equipped to attend your next performance review meeting as an active listener and well-informed coach and mentor—so your feedback makes a positive, lasting impact.
In this step-by-step, instructional program you will learn how to:
Who Should Attend:
Chris DeVany is the founder and president of Pinnacle Performance Improvement Worldwide, a firm which focuses on management and organization development. Pinnacle's clients include such organizations as Sage Software, Microsoft, the American Society of Association Executives, Sprint, Institute of Management Consultants, US HealthCare, General Motors, American Society for Training and Development, Morgan Stanley, Sales and Marketing Executives International, Boston Scientific and over 500 other organizations in 18 countries.
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