Preparing for Your Performance Appraisal Discussion A Briefing for Employees Office of Human Capital Management Professional Development Center Lynda Jones and Sara Walser Career Coaches 301-286-5794. Workshop Objectives: :. Employees will learn…
Preparing for Your Performance Appraisal DiscussionA Briefing for EmployeesOffice of Human Capital ManagementProfessional Development CenterLynda Jones and Sara WalserCareer Coaches301-286-5794
Some people have a naturally critical communication style, often quick to find faults and slow to give praise. If you are motivated by praise, the discussion will be strained if your supervisor has a critical communication style.
“I am disappointed to see that I received a low rating on writing, I have always felt I was a strong writer and I was not aware that you were not happy with my writing skills. Can you help me to improve by being more specific?”
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Three things I can do to have a successful performance appraisal discussion.
General Performance Management:
Cheryl Rosanova, Program Manager
Performance Management Programs
Handling Poor Performance:
Employee Relations Officer
Individual Development Plans:
Lynda Jones and Sara Walser