Managing Your Appraisal Pocketbook (ebook only)

Max A Eggert


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The Managing Your Appraisal Pocketbook is written from the appraisee’s standpoint. It encourages people to take charge of their own career development by preparing for and properly using appraisals. Its author is Max Eggert, a management psychologist who specialises in assisting organisations and individuals to achieve their best. He looks at the dangers and benefits of appraisals, how to prepare for them, performance measurement, feedback, the appraisal interview structure, and types of questioning. For hints and tips on setting up and running an appraisal system, see The Appraisal’s Pocketbook.

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Max A Eggert

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“An easily read and understood guide, packed with information and tips which will help readers achieve the best results from their appraisal interview.”
Katie M. M. Rae, Education and Development Manager, Royal College of Nursing Institute, Scotland

“An excellent and handy tool. Covers the whole appraisal process and can be used either as a step-by-step guide or for referencing particular aspects. Just what busy managers need – whether they are appraising or being appraised.”
Chris Bunker, Manpower, Careers & Performance Development Manager, Cathay Pacific Airways, Hong Kong


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