PRD Performance Feedback

How to Give Feedback

Constructive feedback not only helps employees do their work more effectively, but also improves communication between the supervisor and the employee.  Frequently, supervisors, subordinates, and coworkers do not provide enough constructive feedback to each other.  When specific and accurate information is provided in a constructive way, both employees and supervisors can improve or change their performance.

Do’s and Don’ts of Feedback

How to Monitor Performance

Once the performance period begins, both the supervisor and employee have certain responsibilities.  The employee’s responsibility is to perform the job in a way that meets established standards.  The supervisor’s responsibility is to provide the direction and support needed to help employees perform effectively and to remove any obstacles to that performance.

Descriptions of Behavior: Word Choice Reference for Describing Performance

Last updated: November 3, 2015