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Engaging Employee Evaluations – AKA appraisals! (2)

1. Create an engaging employee evaluation process

If you believe that the annual appraisal review offers a great opportunity to get constructive feedback, and enable you to align your organisation’s objectives with those of your employees then these sessions are for you. This is what David Rock and Beth Jones wrote in the Harvard Business Review on the subject.  I haven’t used measurements in my appraisal designs for over 15 years but the habit of recording the training needs of your business is an important one for business success.  Don’t miss out on this strategic review.

During this session you will:

  • Review the performance management processes that preempt the review
  • Create an evaluation process that allows open discussion about the business progress, the team and the individual
  • Compare the job description with the needs of the business
  • Identify the skills gaps and a plan to redress

NB. A Training Needs Assessment Tool can be made available to support session one.

2. Conducting an effective employee engagement review

During this session you will:

  • Reflect on what has gone well…and how could the company do better
  • Review the job description – does it accurately reflect what the company requires
  • Agree what the company and the employee can achieve next
  • Plan how to you might achieve that
  • Create some OKRs


  1. Prices per session start from £500, for a tailored agenda, excludes handouts and workbooks
  2. Either session can be delivered as a webinar lasting 1 hour, with audience Q&As from £200
  3. This material can also be delivered as a series of coaching sessions over a period of 5 weeks via a one hour Skype or Google hangout

Make contact for a free initial telephone consultation without obligation.


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