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Managers are often told to conduct staff performance reviews but many don’t know how to maximise the feedback this process can provide. You should provide staff with:

  • An objective, that is, what both parties should receive from the meeting;
  • Questions to think about: how they see their role, themselves and interaction with others;
  • Opportunity to give feedback without repercussion;
  • Opportunity to suggest changes;
  • Enough notice. If you are conducting your first review, give staff at least a week. If this is an annual occurrence, send a reminder a few days prior.

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