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Peer Reviews: Critical Tips and Tricks for Managers
Performance reviews have evolved a great deal in the last few years. Once upon a time, annual or twice-annual reviews were the norm. Today, we understand that this is no foundation for success because they fail to offer actionable feedback promptly. They turn punitive and hold an employee’s success hostage to seemingly arbitrary demands for […]
Understanding Peer Reviews and Their Place in Performance Management
For decades, performance management reviews involved just two people. You had the manager and the employee. The manager would speak, and the employee would listen. If necessary, they might ask questions, but the information flowed just one way – from the top down. Peer reviews were never part of that process! Today, things are changing. […]
Peer Reviews: Understanding Their Role in Modern Performance Management
The annual performance review is finally dying out. It has been replaced by modern performance management methods like check-ins and creating a two-way flow of conversation. Peer reviews can also be powerful tools that help to increase performance and build traction, but for many leaders and decision-makers, their role in modern performance management is a […]