1. All of the following, except one, are sound principles for devising performance measures. Which is the exception?
A They should be related to actual key tasks of the job
B They should be easily achievable
C They should be within the control of the individual
D They should be observable or measurable (2 marks)
2. In an appraisal interview, the manager tells the subordinate how he has been assessed - good and bad- and then gives him a chance to put questions, suggest improvement targets, explain shortcomings and identify problems.
Using Maier's classification, what is the name given to this approach to appraisal interviewing?
A Tell and sell
B Tell and listen
C Problem solving
D Sell and listen