Monthly Archives: December 2012

Are Your Employee Evaluations Worth the Time and Paper It Takes to Do Them?

According to Denis Wilson, writing in Fast Company, annual evaluations “build up pressure and make feedback sessions feel like indictments. And most importantly, they do little to alter behavior and improve performance and productivity, which should be your goal.” If … Continue reading

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Can You Be a Control Freak AND Delegate Successfully?

Yes, according to Matthew Sawyers writing for Inc.  According to Sawyers: The first premise you must recognize is that everything can be delegated. If you think you are the only person who can perform a specific task your issue is … Continue reading

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