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Best Practices: Evaluating Performance by Barry Silverstein

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You are now ready to put what you have learned from this book into practice. Use this section as a review guide.

CHAPTER 1. ONE-ON-ONE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

  • Do your homework: You won’t know what the most important qualities of an employee are until you’ve sat down and reworked the job description to meet your needs.
  • Start by hiring the right people: While it’s tempting to chose the best three resumes and make a quick decision after a brief meeting, interviewing more candidates will pay off when you find your dream employee.
  • Create SMART goals, objectives that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-related.
  • Self-evaluation can be an important tool that lets employees examine their own habits and behavior. ...

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