The Dreaded Appraisal (25 Minutes)
What you Get:
- The Dreaded Appraisal Training DVD (25 Minutes)
- Bonus Meeting Break Training DVD (3 Minutes)
- Appraisee Program
- Course Leader's Guide (PDF)
- Delegate Worksheets
- PowerPoint slides/OHPs
- Self-study workbook
The Dreaded Appraisal illustrates problems managers face in performance reviews. This John Cleese training video demonstrates how to conduct a performance review so it’s a positive experience for the manager and the employee.
The Dreaded Appraisal training video summary:
This best-selling performance review training video teaches techniques for effective performance reviews. Three problem scenarios for managers conducting performance reviews are demonstrated. Each challenge presents a chance to turn a negative encounter into a positive outcome.
Shy Sharon bottles up her opinions and worries, turning her performance review into a chore. Her manager helps Sharon express herself and find value in open communication. Touchy Tracey easily takes offence and thinks every item discussed is personal criticism. After the performance review goes off topic, her leader helps Tracey accept constructive criticism confidently. Aggressive Alan sees the performance review as a chance to critique the entire company and blame everyone but himself. His manager becomes frustrated, but eventually gets Alan’s focus back where it belongs.
Suitable for all leaders, The Dreaded Appraisal demonstrates how to remain in control of performance reviews, avoid irrelevant topics, and agree on performance goals. This performance review training video shows how to turn difficult performance reviews into positive experiences.
The Dreaded Appraisal includes The Appraisee preparation program which helps staff prepare for a performance review, understand objectives, and benefit from the experience.
The Dreaded Appraisal performance review training video key outcomes:
• Help employees communicate
• Handle difficult situations
• Learn how to prepare and approach a performance review
• Learn to listen
• Keep performance reviews on track
• Set agreeable goals
• Praise and encourage employees