Conducting Annual Staff Evaluations
for PAT Program Supervisors and Directors
Do you conduct Parent Educator evaluations for your program and want an easier, more effective system?
This 60-minute virtual workshop will help you quickly and easily implement a research-based evaluation method that clarifies expectations, builds accountability, and motivates your employees to contribute to organizational goals.
By the end of this workshop, you’ll know how to:
Design a rubric-based employee assessment and self-evaluation.
Accurately and objectively assess your employees.
Give feedback in a way that makes your employees feel valued and motivated to achieve new professional goals.
Everyone in attendance will receive customizable self-evaluation and evaluation rubric templates and examples.
Sheena is executive director at the Short Years Partnership and a candidate for a Ph.D. in organizational development and leadership.
Her offerings are based on 15+ years of experience leading organizations, coaching leaders, and translating the latest empirical research into actionable techniques to serve staff and clients.
Does this sound like you?
👉 You dread the time of year when employee evals roll around.
👉 Performance reviews feel like another thing on your neverending to-do list.
👉 Or, maybe you don’t know where to start when it comes to conducting an employee eval.
The good news is that there is a way to objectively and fairly evaluate employees, so the process is positive and beneficial for you AND the employee.
After you complete this training, you will:
➡️ Know how rubric-based evals benefit managers, employees, and the organization
➡️ Be ready to create scoring rubrics for each of your employees
➡️ Have an action plan for employee evaluations to implement right away
➡️ Be prepared to host eval meetings using the Triple A Feedback Framework