Empower Employees to Appraise Managers


 
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Empower Employees to Appraise Managers
Dennis Tan, Member
While management is about getting things done through people, my experience says that many modern managers are not necessarily skilled in their area. This results in them applying the theory to get subordinates to do it for them while they sit back, relax and crucify threats who might easily replace them.
A solution could be to perform two-way appraising methods. While the manager gauges his or her evaluation on the subordinates' job fit via appraising them, so should also subordinates be entitled to evaluate their bosses for their job competencies?
 

 
360 Degrees Evaluation!
Niki Kamburov, Member
The author of "employees first, customer second" write about this problem in his company and they try to resolve it with a new, better way for evaluation called 360 degrees survey.
 

 
360 Degree Survey
Dennis Tan, Member
Thank you, this method would be ideal if all employees and managing superiors get equal chance to be evaluated and appraised, while the final results will be submitted to the CEO of the organization - similar to the Whistle Blower method.
I have experienced relatively unprofessional "managers" who do nothing but coerce staff in hope to get things done.
At the end of the day, the manager gets dissolved in his or her armchair and rocks himself or herself to a natural death... Being assigned with nothing and being ill-informed of the tasks being "done".
 

 







 

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