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Staff Appraisal Skills, The Process & Effective Appraisals £7.99 e-Learning CPD Coursework & Certificate UK

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Staff Appraisal Skills, The Process & Effective Appraisals e-Learning CPD Coursework + Certificate UK

Our online Staff Appraisal Skills course aims to enable the learner to provide appraisals through effective communication and reviews.

Bulk Purchasing Account (ELBA)

Learning Outcomes

  • Recognise the benefits of effective appraisals.
  • Understand how to tailor the appraisal process to suit your organisation and management style.
  • Demonstrate how to manage performance.

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Staff Appraisal Skills, The Process & Effective Appraisals e-Learning CPD Coursework + Certificate UK

Our online Staff Appraisal Skills course aims to enable the learner to provide appraisals through effective communication and reviews.

Kerote Ltd Accredited Provider No # 777104

Bulk Purchasing Account (ELBA)

Learning Outcomes

  • Recognise the benefits of effective appraisals.
  • Understand how to tailor the appraisal process to suit your organisation and management style.
  • Demonstrate how to manage performance.
  • Establish appraisal style.
  • Identify different approaches to appraisals.
  • Give and receive feedback.

Duration

30 mins

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Starting Work, Preparing For First Day, Employment Rights e-Learning CPD Staff Appraisal Skills, The Process & Effective Appraisals

Effective Performance Appraisal Skills

What are appraisals?

Appraisals regularly record an assessment of an employee’s performance,
potential and development needs. The appraisal is an opportunity to take
an overall view of work content, loads and volume, to look back on what
has been achieved during the reporting period and agree objectives for
the next.

What are the objectives of appraisals?

The objectives of the appraisal scheme should be determined before the
system is designed in detail. The objectives will to a large extent dictate
the methods and performance criteria for appraisal so they should be
discussed with employees, managers and trade unions to obtain their
views and commitment. The main objectives of an appraisal system are
usually to review performance, potential and identify training and career
planning needs. In addition the appraisal system may be used to
determine whether employees should receive an element of financial
reward for their performance.
Performance reviews – give managers and employees opportunities to
discuss how employees(1) are progressing and to see what sort of
improvements can be made or help given to build on their strengths and
enable them to perform more effectively.
Review of potential and development needs – predicts the level and type
of work that employees will be capable of doing in the future and how
they can be best developed for the sake of their own career and to
maximise their contribution to the organisation.
Reward reviews – determine the ‘rewards’ that employees will get for their
past work. The reward review is usually a separate process from the
appraisal system but the review is often assisted by information provided
by the performance appraisal.

What are the benefits of appraisals?

Appraisals can help to improve employees’ job performance by identifying
strengths and weaknesses and determining how their strengths can be
best utilised within the organisation and weaknesses overcome. They can
help to reveal problems which may be restricting employees’ progress and
causing inefficient work practices.
Some employers may talk to their employees regularly about their
problems and performance at work and may not therefore see the need
for a formal appraisal system. Regular dialogue between managers and
their staff about work performance should, of course, be encouraged.
However, in the absence of a formal appraisal scheme, much will depend
on the attitude of individual managers. Some will give regular feedback on
their employees’ performance and potential while others will neglect this
responsibility. An appraisal system can develop a greater degree of
consistency by ensuring that managers and employees meet formally and
regularly to discuss performance and potential. Experience shows this can
encourage better performance from employees.
Appraisals can also provide information for human resource planning to
assist succession planning and to determine the suitability of employees
for promotion, for particular types of employment and training. In addition
they can improve communications by giving employees an opportunity to
talk about their ideas and expectations and to be told how they are
progressing. This process can also improve the quality of working life by
increasing mutual understanding between managers and employees.

A badly designed appraisal system operated by untrained and poorly
motivated managers, and hastily introduced, will damage relationships
and provide no benefits.

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