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All About Appraisal: Introduction & Examples 2011, 23 minsProduct Features:Documentary ... more
film about appraisalSuitable for teaching and home viewingMay be used in schools, colleges and universities for teachingProduct DescriptionMade by UK's leading independent educational film maker (see tvchoice.uk.com for previews).Most people think that appraisals are vital both for motivating staff and monitoring performance. But why are appraisals so often ineffective?Part 1: What Is Appraisal? Appraisal is the process of assessing an employee's performance over a period of time. But there's a right and a wrong way to do an appraisal. And shouldn't staff have their say, too? What is a 360 degree appraisal?PART 2: Appraisal In the Spotlight Potentially an appraisal can bring benefits - but a bad one can be worse than none at all! Employees explain what happens in the real world. Some managers use appraisals to undermine their staff. And is it a good idea to link appraisals to wages? Critical in the appraisal process is the attitude of the person doing the appraising.Extra: Views of Appraisal Experiences of the appraisal process as described by the people at the sharp end. Why do some managers actually dislike doing appraisals?
Motivation In Action: Case Study Examples2012, 29 minsProduct Features:Dramatised case ... more
studies about motivationSuitable for teaching and home viewingMay be used in schools, colleges and universities for teachingProduct Description:Made by UK's leading independent educational film maker (see tvchoice.uk.com for previews), this film includes case studies of people with a variety of motivational problems. In each case the viewer is left to consider what the problem is and what might be done to solve it.Carla's Little Secret: After years of reliable service Carla is leaving her job - why? She used to enjoy her work as a technical problem-solver with a small computer company. But now the company has got bigger and she's been promoted to a more managerial role. But Carla has a secret up her sleeve.Alison: Too Much Caring? Alison was really excited when she got her high powered job working as a personal assistant for Maynard. But now she seems to be feeling the pressure. Is it because of Maynard's demanding personality? Or does she just care too much?Joe's Leaving Soon: Factory hand Joe has an "attitude problem" - and it's getting him into trouble at work. His problem is, he can't keep his mouth shut. If he thinks there's a better way of doing something, he says it. Management think he's just being insolent.Imran: Everything's Fine: Salesman Imran is the office joker, always quick with a smart remark. But why is he making fewer sales? Economic conditions - or is he losing motivation? Would he work better with a bonus system? A colleague reveals he may be suffering from depression - does racism play a part?
Appraisal In Action: Case Study Examples 2013, 35 minsProduct Features:Dramatised case ... more
studies in appraisalSuitable for teaching and home viewingMay be used in schools, colleges and universities for teachingProduct DescriptionMade by UK's leading independent educational film maker (see tvchoice.uk.com for previews).In theory, appraisal interviews are a chance for a company to give feedback to employees about how they're doing, and for employees to air their concerns. But what happens in the real world?Mark's Big Idea It's Mark's regular appraisal interview with his boss George. Mark is keen to be involved in a new project. George explains why this won't be possible. Mark accepts this and seems to be okay about it - but is he really...?Ruth: "Just The Right Person" Ruth has her appraisal interview with her manager, Oriel. Ruth is keen and enthusiastic and seems to be doing well. Oriel gives her lots of positive feedback. But Ruth's having problems with her professional exams - and looks like she might fail them.The Problem With George Manager Karen has an appraisal interview with her subordinate George - a manager of the "old school". The company is experimenting with a new team-working approach to its work, which Karen is keen to promote. But George can't see the need for change.