Do you dread or avoid doing employee performance evaluations?
Are you uncomfortable with the idea of dealing with a potentially unhappy employee?
Evaluating performance is an integral part of the ongoing feedback and goal-setting that you provide to employees that you supervise.
By integrating regular opportunities for giving feedback and support, the employee performance evaluation process can become less burdensome and ominous.
Instead, you can use the performance evaluation process as tool for developing your employees.
Learn how to effectively monitor, manage, and communicate about an employee's performance during this informative workshop.
- Learn how to clear, objective and useful employee performance evaluations
- Recognize common errors that can bias the performance evaluation and ways to reduce them
- Practice writing and delivering performance evaluations that are honest and balanced
- Identify opportunities for using the performance evaluation process to develop your employees
Who Should Take this Class?
- Anyone who has responsibility for supervising or managing employees
- Anyone aspiring to become a manager or considering the field of human resources
- Class ID: 5828
- Instructor: Yvonne Freitas McGookin
- Winter 2018 Session: 1 Tuesday | 2/27/18 | 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
- Spring 2018 Session: 1 Tuesday | 5/8/18 | 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
- Total Number of Hours: 3
- Where: Broadway Edison Building - Room 1139B | 1701 Broadway, Seattle WA 98122
- Fee: $89
- Additional Notes: This workshop is part of our HR Basics for Non-HR Manager series of classes.