The End of the Performance Review: A New Approach to Appraising Employee Performance

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Springer, Oct 10, 2013 - Business & Economics - 239 pages
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A thoroughly tested, distinctive alternative to the appraisal process that draws on well-established principles of organizational behavior. Based around Tim Baker's '5 Conversations' approach, and with a timely focus on fostering innovation, this book is practical and easy to use – featuring case studies, interviews and useful templates.

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The End of the Performance Review is the most brilliant book I have read in the last 10 years on performance reviews. Dr Baker's concepts are easy to apply in the workplace and filled with practical illustrations. It provides an entirely new way of getting the best from people at work. I couldn't put it down. A must read for any manager. 

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Tim Baker is an international consultant with 17 years of experience, and Managing Director of WINNERS-AT-WORK Pty Ltd, which specialises in assisting small, medium and large organisations to manage performance. He is a published author, executive coach, trainer, visiting university lecturer, and keynote speaker. He has degrees in education and psychology and was awarded a doctoral degree from the Queensland University of Technology where his thesis was recognised by the prestigious international Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Awards in 2007. Dr. Baker is author of The 8 Values of Highly Productive Companies (2009) and over 100 journal articles. He serves on the QUT Council, is a Fellow of both the Australian Human Resource Institute and the Australian Institute of Professional Facilitators.