Giving and Receiving Performance Feedback

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Human Resource Development, 2004 - Business & Economics - 159 pages
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If you dread delivering performance reviews and you know the people getting reviewed dread it the same way, prepare them and yourself with this quick read that makes a convincing case for the necessity of balanced feeback. All you'll need to do is tag half a dozen pages with post-it notes and pass this book around to your direct reports before the next round of reviews.
 

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Contents

The Good News and the Bad News
Making Performance Feedback Meaningful 7
Feedback Perspectives 25
Feedback Consequences 39
SelfDirected Feedback 93
Performance Feedback Planner 135
Organizational and Personal Goals 145
A Look Ahead 153
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Garber is Manager of Teamwork Development for PPG Industries, Inc., in Pittsburgh. He has a Bachelor's degree in English and a Master's in guidance and personnel.

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