Performance Differentiation Considerations

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PERFORMANCE DIFFERENTIATION
What to Consider to Measure Success
1. Accuracy
2. Timeliness
3. Feedback (formal or informal) from customers or staff members
4. Results of surveys, focus groups, interviews
5. Observations/notes
6. Monthly activity reports – other reports
7. Customer satisfaction
8. Resource management (cost, material, personnel, space, technology)
9. Quantity or productivity
10. Expediting a process by __________________
11. Decrease/increase in throughput by x%
12. Professional performance standards
13. Decrease/increase in activity
Questions to Consider
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Was the goal achieved?
To what extent was the goal challenging for the employee?
Were the accomplishments above and beyond the expectations of the position?
What obstacles did the employee encounter in accomplishing the objectives?
How did the employee achieve the result (e.g., take initiative, multi-task, collaborate
with team, assert self, etc.)
What went well?
What needs to be improved upon?
What other significant results were attained that weren’t in goals?
For supervisors, consider how they led/managed their direct reports (e.g., with respect,
fairness, open and inclusive environment, etc.)
Rater Errors
Error
Description
Halo/Horn
Assign high (or low) ratings based on only a few areas of performance.
Comparison
Compare performance to other individuals at the exclusion of job
standards and requirements.
Attribution
Minimize achievement by attributing performance to external causes.
Strictness
Opposite of leniency; consistently rating at low end of the scale.
Tend to limit ratings to the middle of the scale
Central
Recency
Ratings reflect only the most recent observations of behavior
Leniency
Consistently rating at the high end of the scale
Primacy
Ratings reflect only initial observation of behavior
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