Strengths-Based Performance guides managers to do employee performance reviews and create development plans based on your employee’s strengths.
Leveraging strengths has become guiding philosophy of many leaders, managers and corporations in recent years. The popularity of tools such as StrengthsFinder 2.0 has given managers and employees a simple way to discuss strengths as part of a performance review. Unfortunately, most managers don’t have time or resources to design the tools and templates for a strengths-based performance review.
To help managers and employees, Strengths Publishing has created a downloadable resource that includes how-to information and easy-to-use templates to use in a performance review or development planning conversation.
The Strengths-Based Performance kit Includes:
- Manager Guide – why typical performance reviewes don’t work, and why focusing on strengths is the best approach
- Downward Assessment Performance Review Template – a template to give feedback to your employee, using strengths as the foundation for feedback
- Self-Review Performance Review Template – a template for an employee to assess how well they are performing, using their strengths and what they can do next
- “Talking Points” for Managers – suggested statements, phrases, and tips for communicating with your employees