- — Garry Polmateer, CAE (@DarthGarry)Tue, Nov 01 2011 14:52:42
- Each week we have a new topic to discuss for Association Chat and this week was no different. This week we focused on the always-good-for-a-reason-to-drink performance review.
- Preparing for this week's chat on performance reviews, Craig Sorrell brought a great infographic to my attention, also linked to from Mashable's tweet below.
- [Host](Q1) Have you ever had a performance review where you learned something useful about yourself?
- — Joy Lin (@JoyLinDMAI)Tue, Nov 01 2011 18:07:48A1. What I learn most is through group performance evals, to find how our strengths/weaknesses help us work better as a team. #assnchat
- — Jimmy Stewart (@_jimmystewart)Tue, Nov 01 2011 18:05:53A1, yes, I learned I don't have a poker face, My face shows my emotions, usually when I'm not pleased. I've been working on it. #assnchat
- — Adrienne Bryant (@adriennebryant)Tue, Nov 01 2011 18:06:48A1. Always! I have used my performance reviews to learn more about how others perceive me. #assnchat I always learn something about myself.
- [Host](Q2) What metrics should be measured or discussed at performance reviews?
- — Craig Sorrell (@craigsorrell)Tue, Nov 01 2011 18:12:03A2: how you met the core values of the assn., what you can do to advance but that should be discussed all year not just annually. #assnchat
- — Linda Chreno CAE IOM (@LindaChreno)Tue, Nov 01 2011 18:11:00A2 what metrics should be included - the ongoing review process should be summarized - don't wait for 1 time a year to review #assnchat
- — Lowell Aplebaum (@Lowellmatthew)Tue, Nov 01 2011 18:10:13(a1) you can also learn alot about an org by how many performance reviews are actually done on time #assnchat
[Host](Q3) Design your own performance review! What would the best performance review process be like?
- — Garry Polmateer, CAE (@DarthGarry)Tue, Nov 01 2011 18:16:33Would be a casual conversation. Lower barriers to have reviews(less paperwork). Outputs are action plans on both sides. #Assnchat A3
- [Host](Q4) Have you come across any performance review processes that seemed outlandish?
- — Shelly Alcorn, CAE (@shellyalcorn)Tue, Nov 01 2011 18:19:59A4 - yes, the idea that you can recall the past year with anything remotely approaching objectivity #assnchat
- — Thad Lurie (@ThadLurie)Tue, Nov 01 2011 18:20:29(A4) worked at an org where it was clearly stated that performance reviews were not tied to merit increases... seriously. #assnchat
- — Bill Walker (@billwalker7)Tue, Nov 01 2011 18:20:14Outlandish? Hmm. Does ensuring you have the appropo number of 2s 3s and 4s in your employee mix count? Everyone should be tops! #assnchat
- [Host](Q5) What do you believe performance reviews are supposed to do? Do they usually meet those goals?
- — Ashley H. Sullivan (@AshleyHodak)Tue, Nov 01 2011 18:24:40[A5] I see performance reviews as strategic planning for my job/career. We create goals strategics on how I will meet them. #assnchat
Association Chat: The Dreaded Performance Review
Highlights from the weekly Association Chat. Chat Topic: Performance Reviews. (November 1, 2011)
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