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Give Performance Feedback

Fostering and rewarding excellence starts with creating a culture of feedback where open and honest conversations are held on a regular basis. Regardless of which tool your school/unit uses to manage the performance review process, here we provide tips to facilitate conversations, as well as other resources to guide you through  performance management.

Performance Management@Stanford Program

The Performance Management@Stanford program was established to create an ongoing process of feedback, coaching, and recognition essential to driving workplace excellence and support career growth.

Read "Five Tips to Make Performance Reviews Successful."

Four-Pronged Process

There are several stages in the performance management process. Below you'll find tools, checklists and other resources to guide you through the stages.

Learn how to have rich and productive conversations with your employees. Register for the "Complete Conversations for Managers" course in STARS.

Visit the Performance Management@Stanford site

Simple Eval System

Several VP areas use a tool called Simple Eval for their performance management process. Below are some key resources for managers and employees. To access the full list of resources, view the Simple Eval page in Learn & Grow.

Key Resources


For Managers/Supervisors

For Employees