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April 16, 2024

Ruben Lepez

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In it’s most basic form “Performance Management” means keeping track of what people are doing. Great

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Introduction

In it’s most basic form “Performance Management” means keeping track of what people are doing. Great***Outline of the post:

There are two main components of performance management: 1) Communication and 2) Tracking

Performance management is the process of communicating and tracking performance. Communication is the exchange of information, while tracking refers to monitoring performance. Together, they form the foundation of PM.

These two components are equally important because they serve different but complementary roles in achieving your goals. Communication helps you understand what’s going on with your employees; tracking enables you to see how they’re performing against their goals and objectives so that you can take action if necessary.

The ways that performance is communicated can vary. But, generally it will be through one of three methods: 1) Feedback, 2) Coaching and 3) Recognition

  • Feedback: The most common form of performance management is feedback, which can be formal or informal. In the case of formal feedback it’s usually an employee meeting where an individual or group is given information about how they are doing in their role and what they need to do better next time.
  • Coaching: Another way that organizations communicate performance is through coaching–this involves one-on-one meetings between managers and employees where they discuss important issues such as career development or goal setting.

3 Recognition: A third way that organizations communicate performance is through recognition programs (or awards ceremonies). These programs recognize employees who have gone above and beyond in some way

Feedback can be informal or formal. Some managers prefer feedback in the form of a written note or email. Others like to give verbal feedback. There are benefits to both methods.

Feedback can be formal or informal. Some managers prefer feedback in the form of a written note or email, while others like to give verbal feedback. There are benefits to both methods.

Informal feedback is quick and easy, but it might not be as effective as you think it should be. If you’re giving someone negative feedback, chances are they already know that they have room for improvement–and if you’re giving them positive feedback, there’s no need for them to hear it again! Plus there’s always the chance that someone else will see your notes before your employee does (if they even get them at all), which could make things awkward for everyone involved.

The advantage of formal written notes over verbal messages is that when things go wrong later on down the road due to an issue with communication between coworkers who aren’t close friends outside work hours like we said earlier

Managers should strive to keep their feedback as constructive as possible while still being honest with their employees. It’s important that employees know what they’re doing right as well as what they need to improve upon.

Managers should strive to keep their feedback as constructive as possible while still being honest with their employees. It’s important that employees know what they’re doing right as well as what they need to improve upon.

Giving positive feedback will help build trust and motivate employees, but it’s equally important that you give negative feedback when necessary. You want your team members to be aware of their strengths and weaknesses so they can continue improving their performance moving forward.

When giving feedback, make sure that you are specific about what you want the employee to do differently next time around (and also how long until this will happen). This helps define expectations from both sides so that everyone knows where they stand at all times!

Coaching is another form of communication used in Performance Management. This often involves an employee working directly with their manager rather than a group training session or seminar with other team members involved in the conversation at once. This can be beneficial for those who need more intensive training or one-on-one attention to perfect their skills before going back out into the field on their own again. Coaching also allows managers to get to know employees better and work with them on developing strategies that work best for everyone involved in the company’s future growth plans and successes.

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Conclusion

The best thing that managers can do is make sure their employees know what is expected of them, then give them the tools they need to succeed. This means spending time with individuals who need extra attention or training before they go back out into the field again. It also means working closely with teams so everyone knows what their role within the company’s future growth plans will be