Are your performance reviews as pointless as the ANC's? Don't make these performance review mistakes
Many see the ruling party as one of the worst-performing groups in the country. But did you know even the ANC has performance reviews? If you think simply scheduling a performance review is enough to improve performance, that's not true. Read on to find out the major performance review mistakes you might be making...
The ANC is holding provincial performance reviews, reports News24
. But critics believe this won't make a huge difference to an organisation known for its incompetence. You don't want your company to have that kind of reputation! So don't make these mistakes…
Don't make these devastating performance review mistakes…
Performance Review Mistake #1: You rate performance on a scale of 1-10
The Practical Guide to Human Resources Management
says that employees don't respond well to this system. When you give your employee a numbered review, it doesn't do anything to motivate them. Getting a lower score may upset them, and they have no practical guidance to improve their scores.
Performance Review Mistake #2: You make big promises
It may be tempting to make on-the-spot decisions in the middle of a chat with your worker. But don't make promises in a performance review. If your worker wants more feedback or changes, schedule a follow-up session. That way, you have time to consider your options and consult other decision-makers. Nothing is worse for your position than making promises you can't keep.
Performance Review Mistake #3: You ignore new staff during performance reviews
You might think that a new worker won't benefit from a performance review because they haven't been around very long. But The Practical Guide to Human Resources Management says that regular, informal performance reviews are necessary for new staff. That way, they get the right leadership and guidance straight away.
Now that you know what to avoid when you do performance reviews, you can out-perform the ANC and be the ruling party of your industry!
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