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Want to Kill the Annual Performance Review Step Up or Shut Up!

March 12, 2009
Related Topics: Performance Appraisals, Featured Article, HR & Business Administration
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The problem isn’t the institution of the annual performance review. The problem is that most managers don’t know how to effectively coach employees on a daily basis, and most organizations make no attempt to make coaching skills part of the manager’s DNA. That’s why the performance review exists in the first place. It’s also why you can’t remove it, no matter how many consultants rage against the machine.
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