For many managers, performance appraisals are a stressful time in any service. Giving and receiving feedback can be awkward and uncomfortable.
The good news is, with the right skills and the right approach, appraisals can be a stroll in the park!
The 1950s approach of having a yearly meeting to deliver feedback and assess performance has no place in the modern high-performance workplaces of today.
Here are 9 things you can do to conduct excellent Educator Appraisals.
- Room Leader observations
- Children enquiring about the Educators’ wellbeing
- Feedback from peers
- Children’s behaviour when assistant is in-charge