Evaluating Performance: How To Appraise, Promote, And Fire

  • 1h 13m
  • Barry Silverstein
  • HarperCollins
  • 2007

Successful management relies on identifying and promoting high-performing employees—and targeting underperformers for serious improvement. Evaluating Performance, a comprehensive and essential resource for any manager on the run, shows you how.

Learn to:

  • Monitor day-to-day performance
  • Conduct productive formal reviews
  • Reward consistent, excellent performance through promotions
  • Terminate underperforming employees
  • Create a company-wide performance management system

About the Author

Barry Silverstein is a business writer and management consultant. He has 30 years of experience managing and motivating people in small and large businesses. He founded his own direct and Internet marketing agency and ran it for 20 years, growing it to a $5 million, 50-person organization. He has also held management positions with Xerox Corporation and advertising agency Arnold Worldwide.

Silverstein is the author of three titles in the Collins Best Practices series. He is also the coauthor of The Breakaway Brand (McGraw-Hill, 2005) and the author of Business-to-Business Internet Marketing (Maximum Press, 2001) and Internet Marketing for Information Technology Companies (Maximum Press, 2001).

In this Book

  • Evaluating Performance—How To Appraise, Promote, And Fire
  • Preface
  • One-On-One Performance Management
  • Promoting Employees
  • Dealing With Underperformers
  • Evaluating Team Performance
  • Implementing Performance Management
  • Off and Running
  • Recommended Reading