Nailed It! Best Practices For Leading Year-End Performance Conversations

Presented by Barry Rosen

End of year reviews. As a manager, you may dread, avoid, or postpone them. Your direct reports aren’t jumping for joy in eager anticipation either. That’s because these conversations seem fraught with threat and so little reward.

In this webinar, we’ll describe ten simple things you can do to:

  • Prepare for a successful conversation
  • Talk to each other about the things that really matter
  • Complete the conversation with more confidence and trust in each other and your relationship

Based on brain science, practicing these techniques will bring out the best in both of you.


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