The Annual Review Will Never Die, and That Doesn’t Mean It Needs to Kill Us

Building people and organizations is an ongoing privilege

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To be clear, as a practice, I’m not overly fond of annual performance reviews. I believe deeply in the concept of guidance — and its ongoing role in employee and organizational growth — but as a standard business practice, many organizations…

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