5 reasons you could be giving a bad performance review. #2 – lack of clear purpose
Not understanding what the organization needs from reviews is a problem. But you also need to know what your team member needs in a review. In this episode Chris shares that it reviews don’t need to serve one of the other, but can serve the team member, the manager and the organization.
5 reasons you could be giving bad performance reviews. #1 – Being too rigid
Why are we giving bad performance reviews? Why do they give both managers and team members sweaty palms? They’re uncomfortable, and no one like them. In this episode Chris shares some of his experience of being too rigid, and give some input on how to make the experience useful for both managers and their team members.
Everyone is doing one-on-ones, but do we really need another meeting? Can we replace them with other forms of communication? In this episode Chris revisits the “Why” behind one-on-ones, and how they can be the most important thing you can do to build a healthy, productive team.
Do you want to get to know your organization? Or would you like to tap into the knowledge and expertise of people you don’t directly manage? Skip level meetings can be a great way to do that, if you’re careful. In this episode Michael and Chris talk about some ways to make them safe and effective.
How do you handle reorganization in a small company?
In small companies, everyone knows each other and the organizational chart tends to be flatter. So how do you handle change? At Uptick, we’re going through that process now, and in this episode Michael and Chris talk about how they’re handling the challenges.