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Most companies conduct performance reviews so they can help employees perform better — and so the company has a meaningful metric upon which to base continued employment, promotions, and increases in compensation. The problem is that most reviews don’t actually deliver the key information the organization requires. Here are five reasons your reviews are mostly useless (and how to fix them so they work):
You’ve just been promoted. But as a new manager, let’s be honest: you’re probably going to make a bunch of mistakes. We all have. But some new managers commit mistakes that are so big, there’s no coming back. Let’s take a look at three of the major blunders new managers commit so you can avoid them and make the most of your new opportunity.