The Human Touch Performance Appraisal

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American Media Pub., Jan 1, 1994 - Business & Economics - 95 pages
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The Human Touch Performance Appraisal, focuses on the process of conducting performance appraisals, not the paperwork or the "form." Applying the human touch helps managers get the most from their employees; it is a way to identify and focus on employees' goals, needs, and expectations. Managers who implement the human touch build on their employees' strengths and help them reach their true potential. Book jacket.

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Charles M. Cadwell is the president of Training Systems +, based in Mulvane, Kansas, which specializes in training system design and development. He has more than 20 years of experience in the training field.

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