Six Simple Steps to Effective Performance Reviews

No one really likes conducting performance reviews. For some reason, lawyers seem particularly averse to providing feedback. Perhaps this is because much of the work lawyers do is based on individual performance, or because few lawyers are trained in the art of staff or attorney supervision. Giving reviews is also a formal way of delivering feedback and, despite their alleged penchant for dealing well with conflict, I found that lawyers do not like delivering any kind of bad news.

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