Keeping staff on target
- CHARACTERISTICS OF EFFECTIVE PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL INTERVIEWS:. Burke, Ronald J. // Training & Development Journal;Mar1970, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p9
Investigates the influence of performance appraisal interview characteristics on satisfaction with interview and subsequent job performance improvements. Degree of subordinate participation in appraisal and development process; Acceptance of subordinate disagreements; Employee attitudes toward...
- Performance Appraisal Interviewing for Tangible Results. Malinauskas, Barbara K.; Clement, Ronald W. // Training & Development Journal;Feb87, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p74
Discusses the role of interviewing techniques in improving the performance of employees. Training for effective communication; Paralanguage and space language.
- Effective Communication In The Performance Appraisal Interview: Face-to-Face Communication for Public Managers in the Culturally Diverse Workplace . Kikoski, John F. // Public Personnel Management;Winter98, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p491
Restates and then extends a thesis about the performance appraisal process first published in this journal in 1983. How public manager's performance in the face-to-face interview is the Achilles heel of the entire process; How many public managers experience discomfort approaching performance...
- It is worth the effort to have poor performance review rescinded. O' Donnell, Jeanine; Dauten, Dale // South County Journal;6/13/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 24, pD11
The article presents answers to questions on whether an employee should make an effort to have poor performance review rescinded and on how job applicants should respond to a question regarding their low grade point average (GPA).
- Interviews as Forms of Negotiation. Mavunga, George; Kombe, Francisca // Nawa: Journal of Language & Communication;2008, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p66
This research paper explores the relationship between interviews and negotiation. Research was carried out to investigate the extent to which Human Resource Managers, Chief Executive Officers, Credit Managers and Researchers from selected organisations, perceive the relationship between...
- CHAPTER 10: WATCH OUT FOR PITFALLS. Falcone, Paul; Sachs, Randi // Productive Performance Appraisals;2007, p87
Chapter 10 of the book "Productive Performance Appraisals" is presented. It warns on some pitfalls supervisors made during performance appraisal interview and how to avoid those serious mistakes. It enumerates various subjects that supervisors should avoid to discuss including religion,...
- Bucking the System. Buckingham, Marcus // Leadership Excellence Essentials;Oct2006, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p11
The article discusses the significance of building strengths in the business. It argues that most people are less interested in deploying their assets rather than lessening their liabilities. Moreover, it suggests to change the way people communicate. Some of the factors that need to be reformed...
- how to find the RIGHT executive. Wytmar, Richard J. // Industrial Management;May66, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p2
Focuses on finding the right employee for a company. Danger of judging a prospective employee during the first meeting; Disadvantages of hiring an overqualified employee; Use of external sources of appraisal to evaluate the competence of the employee.
- Summaries of other timely articles. // Management Review;Nov73, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p67
Provides summaries of articles pertaining to management, featured in the November 1973 issue of the periodical 'Management Review.' Analysis of character from handwriting; Factors affecting the success of management appraisal schemes; Guidelines for employment interviewing; Ways to overcome...