THE FIRST-TIME MANAGER’S GUIDE TO PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS

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THE FIRST-TIME MANAGER’S GUIDE
TO PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS

Consider this scenario: You have just been promoted to manager of a department in which you’ve worked for the past four years, placing you in charge of your former coworkers. You
have a keen understanding of how the department functions, along with first-hand knowledge of the challenges associated with each job, but you’ve never before been a manager.
By way of preparation for your new responsibilities, you’ve attended workshops and shadowed your predecessor for several weeks, gaining knowledge of key managerial skills such as
delegation, decision-making, and time management. With all that you’re learning, you feel 
confident that you’ll succeed in your new role.


There is, however, one area that remains somewhat of a mystery: the performance appraisal; that is, evaluating the work of your employees. While you’ve been on the receiving
end of performance appraisals, you never gave much thought
to how your manager pulled it all together

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