April 2006

Management Guidelines

Harness the power of effective personnel evaluations

Use these techniques to help improve organizational culture and business alignment

Riddle, A. L., ExxonMobil

Did you substantially increase the value of your contributions after receiving your last personnel evaluation? If you did, your supervisor probably capitalized on the power to drive positive results through feedback. Many supervisors underestimate the influence of feedback, spend shamefully little time preparing any, and lose a powerful opportunity to achieve more goals and improve the organization. While many feedback sessions focus on what someone did especially well or poorly, great evaluations include work priorities and identify specific valuable characteristics. This, in turn, can lead to achieving more business objectives and improving organizational culture. The impact of the spe

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