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Another study knocks performance appraisals

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 24, 2016

Employee appraisals are more commonplace but less thorough than they used to be, and they're undermined by the false assumption that employee performance is consistent over time, writes Peter Cappelli. His research suggests that performance can fluctuate for many reasons, which "makes it harder for people running businesses and employers because now it's not just picking the good people and then getting out of their way." Knowledge@Wharton (05/23)


Don't rely on emails for things that really matter

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 25, 2016

What your parents make could affect your leadership

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 25, 2016

The rules don't always apply

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 26, 2016

Not developing employees makes you a bad leader

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 27, 2016

Here's what CEOs should be worried about

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 27, 2016

Remind your executive team that teamwork matters

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 25, 2016

How rigorously do you manage your diet and exercise regimen?

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 24, 2016

Look for opportunities to lead even if you aren't in charge

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 26, 2016

How to survive your speech getting blown up

SmartBrief on Leadership | May 26, 2016


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