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Nov 22, 2018

In episode 110 of Financially Simple, Justin talks about Employee Performance Reviews as a tool for growth.

Performance Management is key to developing a business. Constantly evaluating, discussing, and setting goals drives a business forward. Justin takes a look at the components of Performance Management, and the steps to take throughout the process.

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BLOG TRANSCRIPTION:

BLOG: Employee Performance: Clearly Setting Expectations for Team Success

 

TIME INDEX:

00:33 - How to Use Performance Reviews for Value Growth

01:11 - Performance Management

02:31 - Have Clear Documented Expectations

03:19 - Regularly Discuss Key Components

03:58 - Meet With the Team Regularly

04:54 - 360 Feedback

05:28 - Share the Performance Review Format

06:43 - Work Together on Goal Setting

07:31 - Discuss the Positive and Negative Components

08:55 - The Process

09:09 - Setting Goals

10:12 - Review Goals

10:41 - Review Results

11:38 - Assess Progress

12:48 - Employee Self-Assessment

13:27 - Review Year-End Results

14:05 - Manager and Employee Discuss and Confirm Employee’s Ratings

14:45 - Closing

 

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Justin A. Goodbread, CFP®, CEPA, CVGA, is a nationally recognized financial planner, business educator, wealth manager, author, speaker, and entrepreneur. He has 20+ years of experience teaching small business owners how to start, buy, grow, and sell businesses. He is a multi-year recipient of the Investopedia Top 100 Advisor and 2018 Exit Planning Institute’s Exit Planner Leader of the Year.

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