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  • Slide 1 - Mrs. X is an RN who has been employed in your hospital for ten years. She is a middle aged woman supporting a large family and it is common knowledge that she moonlights at a nursing home on her days off. Her work is generally of high quality; but in reviewing her past performance appraisals you notice that in the last four years at each evaluation she has been rated unsatisfactory for being on duty promptly; as well as for not attending staff development programs. Since you are the new unit manager, you would like to be able to improve Ms. Lee’s performance in these two areas. Discuss this with your partner, Mrs. X
  • Slide 2 - Dr. S.J. NALINI Reader Faculty of Nursing, Sri Ramachandra University
  • Slide 3 - Performance Appraisal
  • Slide 4 - PERFORMANCE – 2 Elements MOTIVATION ABILITY
  • Slide 5 - the ability to get individuals to do what you want them to do, when and how you want it done MOTIVATION
  • Slide 6 - FIND THE RIGHT REWARDS IN ORDER TO MOTIVATE OTHERS! Personal Economic Creative
  • Slide 7 - MOTIVATION Understanding how others work. Some internal or external force to move human beings to continuous high levels of productivity. Have an effect on outcomes such as performance, turnover, and absenteeism
  • Slide 8 - COMPREHENSIVE APPRAISAL SYSTEM Determine ability required Match ability of job and employee Improve employee’s abilities (staff development) Enhance employee’s motivation (reward system)
  • Slide 9 - A simplified model of job performance MOTIVATION Benefits Job design Leadership style Recruitment and selection Employee goals/needs/ abilities ABILITY Responsibilities Education – Basic/ advanced CNE Skills/abilities EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE Daily performance Attendance Punctuality Adherence to Policies/procedures Absence of incidents/ errors/accidents Honesty Trustworthiness
  • Slide 10 - PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL Systematic, standardized evaluation of an employee by the supervisor, aimed at judging the value of the employee’s work contribution, quality of work, and potential for advancement
  • Slide 11 - PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL Definition The process of interaction, written documentation, formal interview and follow up that occurs between managers and their employees in order to give feedback, make decisions and cover fair employment practice law - Eleanor J Sullivan
  • Slide 12 - PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL Definition Is a periodic formal evaluation of how well the nurse has performed her duties during a specified period - Ann Mariner
  • Slide 13 - GOAL OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL? To improve performance Letting employee “know where they stand” Giving performance feedback - strongest nonfinancial reward!
  • Slide 14 - Purposes Determine job competence Enhance staff development Discover employee’s aspirations Recognize accomplishments Improve communications Aid in manager’s coaching and counseling Determine training and developmental needs Make inventories of talents Select for advancement of salary Identify unsatisfactory employees
  • Slide 15 - Is your appraisal system nondiscriminatory? Be in writing and carried out at least once in a year Share with employee Opportunity to respond in writing Appeal the results Opportunity for observation Maintenance of Anecdotal reports/critical incidents Training of evaluators Focus on employee behavior and results rather on personal traits or characteristics
  • Slide 16 - Evaluation Philosophy ABSOLUTE JUDGEMENT: Based on reasonable and acceptable standards set by the organization COMPARATIVE JUDGEMENT: Employees are compared with each other
  • Slide 17 - Errors in evaluation Halo error Horns error Contrast error Leniency error Recency error
  • Slide 18 - Guidelines for Performance Criteria Realistic Measurable and verifiable Practical Relevant Non Discriminating Stable Time bound Written
  • Slide 19 - PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL PROCESS Step 1 Assess institutional and personal needs and set goals Step 2 Establish objectives and time frame Step 3 Assess progress Step 4 Evaluate progress
  • Slide 20 - Performance Appraisal Mechanisms Personal Peer Managerial evaluation Evaluative Making decisions/rewards (past performance) Judgmental or developmental Role as counselor, areas of improvement Identifying resources available
  • Slide 21 - FORMAL AND INFORMAL PROCESS Informal - day-to-day Coaching - approach to developing people Ongoing, face-to-face collaboration Formal Written documentation Formal appraisal interview with follow-up Work is measured against some standard for the purposes of determining the level of quality of job performance
  • Slide 22 - PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT TOOLS Anecdotal Notes Checklists Rating Scale Numerical Graphic Descriptive Frequency rating scale
  • Slide 23 - PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT TOOLS Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scales (BARS)/ Behavioral expectation scales (BES) Behavioral Observation scales (BOS) Ranking - Paired comparison : N(N-1)/2 Management by objectives
  • Slide 24 - Management by Objectives Review the mission and group objectives List major job responsibilities Determine expected levels of accomplishment Meet manager to establish priorities Develop plans for the accomplishment of the objectives Annual review – comparison of actual results with expected levels of accomplishment
  • Slide 25 - Advantages of MBO - staff Works on participative management Based on characteristics of a specific person and job Control and emphasis over future Awareness of the standards of judgment, goals, priorities and deadlines Understanding about progress Stimulates higher individual performance / morale
  • Slide 26 - Advantages of MBO - manager Reservoir of personnel data and performance information Basis for promotion/ compensation Relationship with staff as coach Directs work activities towards organization goals Facilitates planning Objective appraisal criteria Reduces role conflict
  • Slide 27 - Limitations of MBO Difficult of implement Needs teaching and reinforcement Manager responsible for assessing results and not activities directed towards results Some nurses do not want to be involved in setting goals Only lip service Stresses on results but not on methods to achieve them Frustration when higher goals are set Neglects qualitative factors No comparative data for promotion/ salary increase
  • Slide 28 - Key concept: Clients, peers and superiors are always evaluating a nurse’s performance!
  • Slide 29 - Who is a peer? A peer is a person of the same profession, grade or setting.
  • Slide 30 - Peer review A process whereby a group of practicing registered nurses evaluate the quality of another RN’s professional performance Ann Mariner A process by which other employees assess and judge the performance of professional peers against predetermined standards - Eleanor J Sullivan
  • Slide 31 - An organised effort where people critically appraise, systematically assess, monitor, make judgements, determine their strengths and weakness and review the quality of their practice, to provide evidence to use as the basis of recommendations by obtaining the opinion of their peers. Offers staff an opportunity to both give and receive support, and to network across the site involved.
  • Slide 32 - Peer evaluation process Review of employee’s self evaluation form Reference letters, committee work, special projects, additional education, contributions to nursing Performance evaluation by manager Review of past performance, care plans and charting Assessments, observation of the nurse Interviews with her patients Summary of findings Presentation of findings and recommendations to the nurse
  • Slide 33 - Advantages & Limitations Advantages: Accountability and responsibility for nursing performance. Limitations: Threatening and time consuming Risk of rating candidates too high or too low
  • Slide 34 - Appraisal interview Tell and sell Tell and listen Problem solving Goal setting
  • Slide 35 - Appraisal interview style Purposes of evaluation Manager’s philosophy of management Institutional guidelines
  • Slide 36 - Key behaviors for an appraisal interview Put the employee at ease Atmosphere creation Clearly state the purpose of the interview Go through the ratings one by one with the employee Draw out the employee’s reactions to the ratings Decide on specific ways in which performance areas can be strengthened Set a follow up date Express confidence in the employee.
  • Slide 37 - PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL OUTCOMES improve performance improve communication reinforce positive behavior method to communicate/correct provide basis for regards/basis for motivation provide basis for termination if necessary identify learning needs and develop personnel

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