Performance Appraisal Training Courses – Appraisal checklist

by ltconsulting on September 25, 2012

This one-day appraisal course will teach delegates how to raise the motivation of employees and improve performance through setting objectives; giving effective feedback and praise. Our performance management course also provides tips and techniques for managing conflict in appraisals as well as showing delegates how to write effective performance reviews quickly, easily and effectively.  Delegates who have taken our appraisal courses have gone on to see a dramatic increase in staff performance through applying the strategies they have learnt in the art of ‘appraising employees successfully’.

                              Appraisal Checklist

The following is a checklist of procedures and items that are essential for an effective appraisal:

ð     Define need for appraisal

ð     Set date for appraisal

ð     Agree timing for appraisal

ð     Prepare room for relaxed and interruption-free discussion

ð     Last year’s completed appraisal form

ð     Performance criteria (review period)

ð     Performance criteria (this year’s objectives)

ð     Development opportunities

ð     Person/skills criteria

ð     Structure and agenda

ð     Water, tissues, coffee, tea

ð     Prepare questions for review

ð     Job description (up-to-date)

ð     Data of appraisee’s results against target

ð     Factors affecting appraisee’s performance (internal and external)

ð     Paper, pens, calculator

ð     Duplicates of appraisal form

Performance Appraisal Training Courses

When it comes to employee performance appraisals, setting SMART objectives and giving constructive feedback are essential skills for any manager and our appraisal training courses show delegates how to carry out appraisal and performance reviews successfully.

Course Dates

  • September 5, 2017
  • October 3, 2017
  • November 1, 2017

Who will benefit from the course?

Our appraisal training seminars enable delegates to understand the processes which will make them more effective and increase their confidence and sense of achievement. Anyone who needs to master the principles and practices of an effective performance review; including senior/junior managers, supervisors, training/hr managers, directors, administrative and technical staff.

What will delegates learn?

  • how to structure the interview
  • how to build rapport and relax the appraisee
  • how to avoid appraisal pitfalls
  • how to praise and criticise constructively
  • how to pre-empt and handle difficult situations
  • how to complete the appraisal form clearly and objectively
  • how to ensure great performance is maintained after the appraisal

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