Resources for Workplace Leaders

A Workplace Leader leads (setting goals, inspiring), manages (providing resources), and supervises (selecting, developing, and guiding people). It is a complex role. This page offers resources to help you navigate through your important responsibilities. 


Performance Feedback Goals
You provide performance feedback in many different ways. Some are formal. Some are informal. Regardless of venue or the format, performance feedback needs a goal. It needs a purpose. Download this simple worksheet to help you define your goal and decide how to deliver your message.
Performance Feedback Goals.pdf
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Work Assignment
All too often, a manager's work assignment is an employee's worst nightmare. What made sense to the manager in the managers office is confusing and vague to the employee back in their cubicle. Use this template to help you team understand your work assignment expectations.
Work Assignment.pdf
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Performance Feedforward
What if a performance review was about the future, not the past? What if the "documentation" was a list of bullet points developed in collaboration between the supervisor and the employee? What if the 80/20 (20% of things make 80% of the difference) rule guided the discussion? Here is a template to get you to think about the possibilities. It would be great to discuss them with you. Give ma call. 714.293.9156.
Performance Feedforward.pdf
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Interview Evaluation Guide
Interviewers rarely take the time to compare what they learned about a candidate to their performance expectations for an open position. This template helps them slow down. It encourages them to specifically identify the knowledge, skill, or ability the candidate offers that allows them to reasonably predict the candidate's future success on the job.
Selection Interview Evaluation Job Speci[...]
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