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DOWNLOAD: Manager Performance Review

DOWNLOAD: Manager Performance Review

Use the Manager Performance Review to give your management personnel constructive feedback on how they are doing and ways to improve their performance.

Regular evaluations are important because they give you an opportunity to let your good manager know that you notice and appreciate their efforts and their contributions to your business. It also let's your managers who aren't measuring up to your expectations know that they are functioning below your standards and allows you to discuss ways for improvement.

Many restaurant owners find it difficult to give feedback to managers who aren't performing as well as they should. Many people won't see a need to improve unless it's brought to their attention. It's important to let your people know, in objective, specific terms, what they are doing or are not doing that is below your expectations and why improvements need to be made. Concentrate on specific, objective results, rather than your perceived shortcomings of the employee and you'll increase the odds of a positive outcome.

Summary of features & benefits of conducting management performance reviews:

  • Gives you a way to recognize the hard work and contributions of your good managers and motivate them to higher performance levels.
  • Lets managers know where they stand and how they can improve.

  • Forces owners to step back and look at how each manager is performing in all areas of their jobs.

  • Gives managers the opportunity to provide feedback on their jobs and performance.

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