How do you implement feedback from a performance appraisal?

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How do you implement feedback from a performance appraisal?

    • Anshuman Singh
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      How do you implement feedback from a performance appraisal?

    • Aryan Malik
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      There are a few steps for implementing feedback and can differ from org to org. Ill list some basic ones –

      Review the feedback: Carefully review the feedback from the employee appraisal, paying attention to both positive and negative comments.

      Identify areas for improvement: Identify areas for improvement based on the feedback, and determine how they can be addressed.

      Set goals: Develop specific, measurable goals for the employee to work on in the next appraisal period. These goals should be related to the areas for improvement identified in step 2.

      Create an action plan: Create an action plan that outlines the steps the employee and the organization will take to achieve the goals set in step 3. The action plan should include timelines, milestones, and responsibilities.

      Provide support: Provide support to the employee in achieving the goals set in step 3. This may include additional training, resources, or mentoring.

      Monitor progress: Monitor the employee’s progress towards achieving the goals set in step 3. This may involve regular check-ins, progress reports, or other forms of follow-up.

      Recognize and reward success: Recognize and reward the employee when they achieve the goals set in step 3. This can include bonuses, promotions, or other forms of recognition.

      Continual improvement: Continually review the feedback from employee appraisals and make adjustments to improve the process.

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