Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Performance review constructive criticism

A performance evaluation is an integral aspect of any organization. Assessing the skill set of every person and the functioning of the organization is vital for its growth, and to help create the proper expectations for the company in regards to future raises and management potential. It helps employees to understand the meanings behind common phrases for performance evaluations to help create common ground between the employee and the company.

"While I appreciate constructive criticism, because it helps me improve my job performance, I would like to receive more positive feedback for tasks well done." (And perhaps) "This kind of feedback improves my job satisfaction and adds even more to my motivation."

As a manager, it's important that I include one thing in EVERY performance review that I think the person should work on. Even the best employee in the company will get told one negative thing during the review. If you don't tell your employee one thing you could improve on, what would be the point of the review?!?!

I wouldn't be worried about it. Just store it in your mind the next time you spend too long at the water cooler. It's called constructive criticism.

If you did a performance review and your boss just told everyone they were doing great and giving everyone a gold star, people would see no reason or know what they could do better. It's important to take both positives and negatives and address them. 

You can ref more review phrases samples of Marketing specialist competencies below by clicking links that you want to:

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Performance review checklist

Using these sample performance appraisals will definitely help you phrase the perfect comments for the performance reviews that you are writing. While this article, gives you only complimentary phrases, there is a possibility that you may need to include negative reviews as well. While including these ensure that your tone is not harsh or degrading.

Readers, any other common review phrases you’d care to share?

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