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'How to Conduct An Effective Performance Evaluation' to be held on August 22, 2018

'How to Conduct An Effective Performance Evaluation' to be held on August 22, 2018

Session Description

Supervisors and managers will become better acquainted with the process involved with writing an effective performance evaluation that constructively addresses the strengths and challenges of an employee's performance. Used properly, the performance evaluation will:

  1. Inform - It allows the supervisor or manager and employee to communicate openly about performance. This should happen throughout the year and not only at this time. Issues discussed now should not be unexpected to the employee. It also provides supervisors the opportunity to hear employees' views of the work situation.   

  2. Set Goals - The supervisor/manager and employee mutually establish goals for progress. Goals should be realistic, measurable, and obtainable within six months to one year.  

  3. Develop - The supervisor and employee identify actions that can be taken to enhance development and performance of the employee.  

  4. Evaluate - The supervisor and employee evaluate results based on previously established goals and performance standards, which provides a basis and documentation for transfer, promotion, reassignment, or disciplinary action.  

  5. Provide - Standards for decisions on merit advances.  

How You Will Benefit

You will be able to:

  • Write an effective evaluation identifying strengths and challenges of an employee's performance  
  • Identify an action plan with types of support needed for your employee to succeed with their role and responsibilities  
  • Acknowlege the difference between personal bias and opinions and facts when writing an evaluation  

Audience

Supervisors and managers.

Facilitator Information

  • Christina Shen-Austin, Executive Director, Human Resources Services  
  • Andrew Schewe, Professional Development & Training Coordinator, Human Resources Services  

Session Date

Wednesday, August 22, 2018, from 9:00am to 11:00am in College Hall 406.
This session is also offered on September 7, 2018, and September 18, 2018. 

Registration

If you are interested, please visit our Calendar of Events to proceed to register for this session and other upcoming sessions.

Cancellation Process

If you are not able to attend a session you registered for, please contact us prior to the start of the session by emailing us at andrew.schewe@gallaudet.edu or calling (202) 250-2942. Please inform us at least 24 hours in advance. This will provide an opportunity for someone on the wait list to join the session. Thank you for your consideration.

Posted by Andrew Schewe | Posted August 9, 2018 at 8:47 AM

Gallaudet

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Washington, DC 20002

Gallaudet

800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002