why annual staff evaluations fall short

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by ed mendlowitz
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i have never felt annual staff evaluations are effective.

they are forced meetings that lay on complaints and blame for past failures, many of which are not remembered or are vague memories at best. i have rarely seen resulting changes last more than two or three weeks before old habits are reverted to.

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i think these annual meetings are a waste of time. instead, i have been very successful with immediate and periodic evaluations, coupled with regular mentoring meetings.