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Death of appraisal - Webinar

  1. 1. Death of Appraisal Charles Wilson The Webinar will begin shortly
  2. 2. Agenda • Welcome • Housekeeping notes • Session starts • Q&A • End of webinar
  3. 3. Housekeeping • Slides will be available on our SlideShare page, link will be emailed to you • Recording of the webinar will be available to download, link will be emailed • Take the time to complete post-webinar survey that will pop up at the end • You can type your questions throughout the session • Time will be allocated in the end for the speaker to address your questions
  4. 4. Key Principles - Performance Management • Process of PM – create not destroy value • PM fits the goals – effectiveness – efficiency – quality –equity • Primary Aim of PM – Improve quality & performance measurement – Allow focus on targets – Motivate – Support • Openness
  5. 5. Appraisal Negatives • Drive towards standardisation • Apportion blame • Top down departmental process of accountability.
  6. 6. International opinion • 2013 -23% above average in conduct of reviews • 95% managers dissatisfied • 90% HR heads – ‘do not yield accurate info’ • Not identifying and managing talent Common Criticisms – Misleading – Complex – Time and money – Damaging to people
  7. 7. Key Questions • Why do it? • What is being achieved? • Cost –Time –Money –Morale
  8. 8. Information gathered? • Approx indication as to quality of people • Training Need – limited • Succession Planning information • Movement in pay • Promotions • ID problem people • How much actual work measurement is done?
  9. 9. Ranking • Appears logical -Remains the common system • Triggers ‘fight’ or ‘flight’ – Miss-used – subjective opinion masked by ‘evidence’ – Puts people into ‘Boxes’ – Seen as consistent to match performance & reward We are all people • How do you find it? • Personally - demotivating - exhausting
  10. 10. 1st Miss • Us and how we feel • Ranking produces aggressive defence • Even the best of intentions.......... “I’m pleased to say that you are ranked ‘GOOD’ this year’ BOXED! Employee knows the system and will assume that others were ranked ‘very good’ or even ‘excellent’ Result.........??????
  11. 11. 2nd Miss – Stanford thinking Two mindsets about growth/learning 1. ‘fixed’ 2. ‘growth’ In 1 – born smart or not In 2 – Learn – grow-improve Work - ‘fixed’ prevails – majority will avoid stretching goals - seen as an invitation to fail
  12. 12. The Re-think • Listen to staff • Talk – structured • Look at facts – achievements – progress – measurable outcomes for teams and individuals • Teams – self direction • Keep what’s working – Objectives – goal setting – competencies – (N.B. The ‘menu’ approach)
  13. 13. Re-think • Remove the threat • Provide guidelines to structured conversations • Talk • Record • Monitor progress or lack of it • Train for feedback not boxing – ‘the growth mind-set’
  14. 14. What to do? • Scrap the structured approach • Move to continuous feedback –Shared responsibility • Document personal progress/contribution –Frequent short feedback sessions –Measure against agreed targets
  15. 15. Culture Shift Managing and measuring performance is a constant line management responsibility. Part of everyday work Why? To provide high quality information Without which we cannot measure and improve Otherwise – Why bother
  16. 16. Think ‘now’ • Re-examine what traditional appraisal achieves • Examine cost benefit • Are you achieving a Return on Investment? • Does it fit with your view of tomorrow? • Does it reflect declared values? • Is it fit for purpose? • Let’s – Open the debate – Seek views
  17. 17. Questions?
  18. 18. • Thank you for your time!

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