Employee Performance: Page 3
Four things to consider when promoting employees to leadership.
The more you can see the job from the employee's perspective, the better you'll understand how to get more done.
Say you've identified an 'A' player on your team. What steps do you take to develop leadership?
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The more thoughtfully these questions are answered, the better leaders and team members become.
When it comes to the troublemakers in your organization you have two choices: cut them out or rein them in. Here's how to do the latter, like a boss.
Find ways to share your dreams with your employees.
Don't abandon hope. Low-performing employees can become high achievers with these techniques.
A good leader will address problematic behaviors to give the person a chance to improve.
Stop driving your business by looking in a rearview mirror. Instead, provide your employees guidelines to help them succeed.
Aim for for the gold standard when conducting individual reviews. Create an environment where ongoing evaluation is a welcomed aspect of workplace culture not a loathsome ritual.
During those regular gatherings to discuss individual employee performance and goals, vary the setting, format and agenda for better results.