Powerful performance appraisals

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Career Press, May 1, 1995 - Business & Economics - 125 pages
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Many managers simply dread the thought of any performance appraisal, no matter how informal. Yet, when done correctly, performance appraisals give managers or business owners an important opportunity to help themselves as well as their employees and organization.

In this timely book, the author asserts that what's been missing most from the process is "the human touch" -- creating a process that puts people first.

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The humantouch performanceappraisal process
Identify current or potential problems
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About the author (1995)

Cadwell is the President of Training Systems +, a Kansas-based company specializing in training systems design and development.