Have you ever found yourself at a loss for words around performance review time? Do you find yourself searching for the tone that will perfectly encapsulate exactly what you need to say to each employee? If so, The Quick and Easy Performance Appraisal Phrase Book is definitely for you!
Whether you’re a seasoned manager or just starting out, this is your go-to reference. Whether you need to jump-start the review-writing process or are searching for phrases you can use verbatim, The Quick and Easy Performance Appraisal Phrase Book features ready-made wording for virtually every situation. With this book, any manager will be able to quickly and easily select the best phrasing for any review—good or bad.
The Quick and Easy Performance Appraisal Phrase Book contains more than 3,000 dynamic phrases that will help you:
• Say what needs to be said
• Take charge
• Boost your team’s productivity
• Get the work done...and done right!
• There is even a bonus section covering the “360 review,” when employees review their managers!
No matter who you are or what kind of review you need to write, this book will give you all the tools you need, right at your fingertips.
“This refreshing and practical tool will help to enlarge, promote and articulate the world of communication.”—Cristina Roggero, Pepperdine University Professor of Literature
“I thought I knew it ALL about being a leader but I was surprised how much more I took away from this book.”—Tony Raval, CEO of Industry Leaders magazine
Patrick Alain is an internationally known developer of some of the best-selling video games, including such titles as the multi-awarded blockbusters Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption. The Leader Phrase Book was born out of Twitter and has quickly amassed a large following. Patrick was born in Paris, France, and has lived in a number of countries throughout his life. Fluent in five languages, he attributes much of his success to his ability to be a vital participant in large, multilingual teams. Patrick holds a master’s degree from the University of Paris, and has lived in San Diego, California, since 2004.