Win-Win Performance Management/Appraisal: A Problem Solving Approach
A detailed overview of performance management, showing how to set up an effective system and revise an existing one. Stresses the skills required to conduct a fair performance evaluation and avoid undesirable conflicts that may arise during an appraisal. Discusses problems that supervisors face working within an existing system and provides suggestions for resolving them. An appendix provides sample forms and discussions of relevant management theory, laws and regulations affecting personnel actions, and a section on performance evaluation of Federal employees.
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PART ONETHE PERFORMANCE
Why Performance Management?
Characteristics of an Ideal Performance Management
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