Measuring performance for team members is a very hard thing to do. Sometimes, there is misalignment between the What and How behaviors. More weight should be given to how team members achieve their objectives versus focusing solely on what the team members achieved.
In this article, I point out how engagement, participation, leadership qualities, attitude, interactions with others and time management should be considered when evaluating team member performance.
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