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Don't neglect your managers when you review performance! Look at these three areas

by , 25 July 2014
Fact: Most companies neglect their managers when it comes to reviewing performance. In doing so, they fail to provide managers with the necessary feedback on their performance.

If your company is guilty of this, you must change your ways. You must set an example at the top by implementing a performance appraisal and feedback process for managers.

This won't only improve organisational performance, it'll also set an example on the importance of performance appraisals and how best to go about implementing them.

Continue reading to discover the three areas you must assess when reviewing a manager's performance so you can effectively manage their performance in your workplace.

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Assess these three areas when reviewing a manager's performance


There are three areas every manager should perform on. These are also the areas you must look at when assessing your manager's performance.

Let's take a look at them…

#1: Achievement of results

You need to define and measure Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and objectives.

Every manager's KPIs and objectives must derive directly from your company's strategic and operational objectives.

#2: Demonstration of value-based behaviour

By defining the behaviours that support your company's values and assessing to what extent every manager lives these values, the values become alive in the company. They become well-established in your company's culture.

#3: Demonstration of competencies

Competencies refer to the skills, knowledge and behaviours that the manager possesses, says the Practical Guide to Human Resources Management.

While performance objectives identify what the manager must achieve, competencies highlight how he must achieve these objectives.

Here's the bottom line: Never neglect managers when reviewing performance or doing performance appraisals - they also need feedback regarding their performance so they can continue to perform better and add more value to your company. Be sure to look at the three things we've outlined when reviewing their performance to make sure they do just that.




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