From "rahul_8582" : Hello Everyone....
"Improving Employee Performance through Appraisal and Coaching" is the highly demanded book by HR professionals.The book gives readers the tools to build a genuinely proactive performance management program. Fully updated with all-new case studies from major companies, will help HR professionals:
- To start a program designed to get maximum results
- To understand job segments and set performance standards
- Use coaching as an integral, ongoing driver of performance
- Streamline the appraisal process
- Prepare and conduct more effective appraisal interviews
- Establish improvement plans
Worth Reading...
Regards,
Rahul S :D
20th October 2007 From India, Gandhinagar
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Neha Sahay
DeAR you...
i am highly impressed by ur choice...its an amazing book
though i havnt read the entire buk
but the overvw which u hav posted ia an\mazing!!!
thx a lot
and keep posting such inspirig stuff
bless u
regrds
neha sahay

20th October 2007 From India
Ag_hr 2
Dear Rahul,
Greetings!
Kudos! A very valuable contribution indeed!! I haven't gone through the details of the entire book, but at a glance it seems quite informative as well as interesting, practicable.
Thanks for posting.
Infact the link that you have supplemented gives us all the access to a lot of other such useful books.
Keep Posing...
Warm Regards,
Ag
22nd October 2007 From India, Delhi
sfchyd 1
Its good one, incidentally, I just coauthored a book on "newtools in Performance management" published by Excel books. This attachment was timely and gave somemore refreshing mind.
Dr Chandra Sekhar SF
23rd October 2007
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