It’s Time To Say Goodbye To Annual Performance Reviews

  • Set a time to regularly get feedback from your manager. It could be once a week or once a month — whatever works for you. Even a 15-minute standing feedback session can open the doors for regular, open communication.
  • Start within your team. Encourage regular feedback and performance reviews in your team. Regularly open the floor to feedback so you can continually improve and make real-time adjustments. With any luck, your team’s idea will spread to the rest of the company.
  • Recognize your peers. Don’t wait until the end of the year to recognize someone for a job well done. You don’t have to be a leader to appreciate someone’s hard work and progress. A nice email, a handwritten note, or public recognition can go far and help build a culture of continuous recognition and improvement.
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Jacob Morgan

Jacob Morgan

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4x Best-Selling Author, Speaker, & Futurist. Founder of FutureOfWorkUniversity.com. Exploring Leadership, Employee Experience, & The Future of Work