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Effective performance management practices were recently recognized and rewarded by the General Services Administration (GSA). During a performance management seminar held by GSA's National Capital Region, Tom Sherman, Acting Regional Administrator, gave awards to four of the Region's supervisors for demonstrating exemplary performance management practices. Award winners John Fitchell, Bob Goodman, Joe Schu, and Andrea Mones-O'Hara were nominated by their employees through the Region's e-mail system in response to Sherman's request for examples of good performance practices in the Region. Employees responded with specific examples of practices that they felt demonstrated an effective approach to performance management and improvement. (And using e-mail made this process easy and efficient!)
Some of the practices that the Region's employees described as effective included the following:
By recognizing supervisors for effective performance management practices, GSA is fostering a performance-oriented environment and strengthening its appraisal program.
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