Fast Start conversation: Performance reviews are rarely done with the end in mind: to augment what works and to highlight opportunity for even more effectiveness.
Too often the review process is more façade than intention with process over promise.
94% of 1,400-plus participating CFOs said performance reviews are effective in helping employees improve performance. Among 422 workers employed in office environments, only 62% said the same. In Scourge of Performance Reviews, CFO.com’s David McCann offers a view worth reading.
CFOs = satisfied, employees = not quite. Why is that?
If you are an engaged manager, after all, why would you need an official performance review anyway?