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    • Staff performance evaluation sampleAs we approach the end of the year, you may be starting to think about writing annualperformance evaluations for your employees. Soliciting the employees feedback beforeyou begin writing can provide you with helpful and specific input. Here are some tips forsoliciting and using employee input in the performance evaluation:o Remind the employee that while you have kept records about their performance, youmay have missed something along the way. You are providing an opportunity for theemployee to highlight their accomplishments over the past year.o Ask for specific examples including a list of accomplishments, process improvementsthey recommended and/or implemented, letters or emails of commendation they receivedthat have not been forwarded to you, training completed that you may have not recorded,and anything else that they feel is important to share that will give you a complete look attheir performance.o DO NOT ask the employee to fill out the evaluation form on his or her own and submitit to you. This approach leads to the employee feeling as if the evaluation duties are beingdelegated. Employees want your opinion, however you convey it. Those supervisors whoask their employees to complete their own evaluations and who do not add significantlyto the content of the employees evaluation are seen as lazy, as cowards, or as both.o Use a standard format for soliciting feedback from an employee about their workperformance. The following example could be used to ask the employee for their inputand ideas:Employee Self-Evaluation FormThis is to confirm our meeting on _________________ to discuss your performance overthe last __________ months/year and to create a plan for your performance for thecoming year.Your input is essential to the success of our meeting and I value your ideas. Pleaserespond to the following questions in as much detail as possible. I will use thisinformation as I prepare the performance evaluation documents.Please return this sheet to me by _______________ so that I can incorporate yourperspectives into the evaluation.1. What do you consider to be your most significant accomplishments since your lastperformance evaluation?2. What were your greatest challenges since your last performance evaluation?
    • 3. What new challenges or goals would you like to pursue in the upcoming rating period?4. What can the organization or I do to help you improve your performance over the nextrating period?5. Please tell me about anything else that I need to consider in preparing yourperformance evaluation.o Present the self-evaluation as an optional exercise. While it is recommended thatsupervisors ask for input to ensure that performance events and details are notoverlooked, if an employee chooses not to provide input to the process, they should notbe required to do so.Writing a performance evaluation doesnt have to be painful. By focusing on specificaccomplishments and involving the employee in the process, you can use this opportunityto enhance communication between you and the employee.http://performanceappraisalebooks.info/ : Over 200 ebooks, templates, forms forperformance appraisal.