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Help please on effective appraisal practices

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I am looking for any info / training materials on effective appraisal practices for Employers and Employees. Any suggestions please?

Liz Gough

5 Responses

  1. Suitable Article
    I have an article I wrote on developing effective appraisal systems. If you send me an e mail address I will forward it to you.

    My e mail address is: [email protected]

  2. Effective Appraisal
    I was responsible for performance appraisal in the the largest public sector agency (70,000 staff) for a while and connected with the policy and strategy for it for some time. I’d be happy to share my observations and experience with you if you’re interested. Get in touch with me by email at [email protected]

    Sue Porter
    Consultant in Human Resource Development

  3. Practical help with Appraisal Training
    If you are looking for practical help with appraisal Training, we are a Management Development company who would be happy to talk to you about this. We have developed an appraisal package and workshops for appraisers and appraisees. Please e-mail me if you would like further information.

  4. help with appraisal
    Hi, we are a small HR Development consultancy providing, amongst other things, help in designing & implementing approaches to staff performance management. Drop me a line if you’d like to talk it through.

  5. Appraisals
    Having just helped a Client (plc with 750 people) put in a performance development review process, might I suggest the following (taking it that you do not have the process in the first place) –

    1. Get someone who is a good facilitator to get a Focus Group of staff and some middle managers together and get them to suggest that an appriasal process is what they want.

    2. Get the person to have the group design the format – but knowing what the Directors actually want, doing it to please both parties.

    3. Train everyone who is to run them, not just on the process but on questioning and listening and setting SMART objectives.

    4. If logisticsand the budget will stand it, have a short trraining session for everyone, so that tey get the best out of it.

    I did this for my Cients and we ran one round which was good, then had the Group fine tune it and this past round was received very well and has been a major factor in them getting Investors in Peoople.

    I am quite happy to talk to you some more if you wish – and yes, I am available for Consultancy, Training, Barmitzvahs, Golden Weddings etc!

    regards

    Tony Willson
    01206 734870

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