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Performance appraisals often leave companies and employees dissatisfied; the continuation of this methodology remains a mystery. Performance appraisals don't drive careers and are an incidental effect of other dynamic systems.
In essence, appraisals are the paper-shuffling ritual that sanctifies decisions already made. Learn why it's a legal myth that performance appraisals protect you from litigation; why appraisals instinctively focus on weaknesses, not strengths; why annually is too infrequent to evaluate and provide feedback to staff—and how the process can be improved and be more meaningful.
Executives, directors, managers and supervisors.
Ronald J. Baker is the founder of VeraSage Institute, dedicated to teaching value pricing to professionals and bettering the professions, and a radio talk-show host on the VoiceAmerica.com show, The Soul of Enterprise: Business in the Knowledge Economy. He has been an instructor for the CalCPA Education Foundation since 1995, teaching 15 courses, and is the best-selling author of six books, including The Firm of the Future, Pricing on Purpose, Measure What Matters to Customers, Implementing Value Pricing, Mind Over Matter, and The Soul of Enterprise: Dialogues on Business in the Knowledge Economy.
Baker has toured the world, spreading his value-pricing message to over 150,000 professionals. He has been appointed to the AICPA Group of One Hundred; named to Accounting Today’s Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting list in 2001-2007 and 2011-2016, and voted number six, nine and three on its Top 10 Most Influential People in Accounting list in 2012-16; selected as one of LinkedIn’s 150 Influencers, with over 220,000 followers; and received the 2003 Award for Instructor Excellence from the CalCPA Education Foundation.