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Still Relying on Performance Reviews
as a Development Tool?
Consider These Suggestions!

Article thumbnailA recent Glowan poll asked nearly 200 business owners, managers and HR professionals, “What are you doing—or planning to do—to develop your employees and management for the better?”

Nearly 80 percent of respondents said their companies are using annual reviews in this capacity. In fact, this was the number one response, eclipsing even internal training and leadership development programs!

Given employers’ long and widespread use of annual performance reviews, this result isn’t surprising. But it is troubling. The one tool employers are relying on most to develop talent is not going to deliver the desired results.

So, exactly what can employers do to make annual performance reviews more effective as a developmental tool?

Glowan’s recommendation: make coaching and mentoring an integral part of your culture. To do that you must undertake four key initiatives:

  1. Assess and develop your employees’ and your organization’s emotional intelligence.
  2. Hold regularly scheduled one-on-one reviews.
  3. Develop your organization’s collaborative advantage.
  4. Create a best place to work.

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