It’s a challenge implementing a process that accounts for each employees’ successes while providing feedback that helps them deliver even better results. Especially since your team may be apprehensive to suddenly having objectives and performance metrics applied to their work. And that apprehension will only grow if you bumble your initial attempts at performance evaluations.
A performance management strategy should be introduced gradually over the course of months. You need to set expectations for each employee and help managers get used to providing feedback, all while working out the kinks in your organization-wide process.
In this guide, we’ll outline eight steps that will help you build an effective strategy from the ground up.