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  • Abdul Wahab Mohammed

Performance Evaluation

It's important to approach performance evaluations with a focus on growth and development, rather than just assessment. This helps employees feel motivated and engaged in their work. Here are few tips:

  1. Setting Expectations: Begin by clearly outlining the employee's job responsibilities, goals, and performance expectations. This provides a clear framework for evaluation.

  2. Collecting Data: Gather relevant information to assess the employee's performance. This may include productivity metrics, feedback from colleagues and customers, and observations of their work.

  3. Conducting the Evaluation: Schedule a meeting with the employee to discuss their performance. Provide specific examples of their strengths and areas for improvement.

  4. Providing Feedback: Offer constructive feedback based on the collected data. Highlight the employee's achievements and discuss any areas where they can improve.

  5. Setting Goals: Collaborate with the employee to set new goals and objectives for their continued development.

  6. Creating a Development Plan: If necessary, create a plan to help the employee improve in specific areas. This may include additional training, mentoring, or coaching.

  7. Follow-Up: Schedule regular check-ins to monitor the employee's progress and provide ongoing feedback and support.

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