For some managers performance appraisal is a once-a-year event that provides an opportunity to catch up with members of their team to discuss performance and career aspirations.
Appraisal, however, should not be a once-a-year event. It should be the culmination of work carried out by both the manager and the appraisee over the full appraisal period – usually 12 months.
This course considers why appraisal should be a continuous cycle of activity aimed at improving performance and achieving agreed objectives. It also enables the learner to understand the part ongoing appraisal plays in organisational performance management.
- The part ongoing appraisal plays in organisational performance management
- The performance management process
- Any Manager with line responsibility for performance appraisal
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