Annual employee performance reviews often have no clear purpose, are simply tradition, and are little more than a formality that accomplishes nothing in the way of true feedback. They are time-consuming, uncomfortable, and have questionable value. They are disliked by both supervisors and employees, and both agree that sometimes they can hurt more than help. So, is there a better way? The answer is “yes.”
Chief Haigh believes that the key to leading a high-performance team is continual coaching. Coaching is not done once a year but is rather an ongoing discussion where feedback is both provided and received. During this webinar, he will advocate for the replacement of the annual performance evaluation with a variety of techniques and tools that are more timely, more nimble, and help the employee to perform at their absolute best.