Let’s be honest, 2020 was (insert favorite cliché here). You may have closed your doors for a period, completely changed your practice model, faced illness and absences, or created new scheduling capabilities to allow your employees more flexibility.
With these many changes in 2020, you may be thinking of skipping annual performance reviews. You might be asking yourself… What’s the point? It wasn’t a “normal year."
Wrong! With all the changes this year, it's critical to acknowledge your team’s contributions and identify performance gaps so you can set a path forward in 2021.
Your employees are the backbone of your practice. As a people leader, taking the time to review their performance is an act of caring to help them grow professionally and leads to greater employee engagement and satisfaction, ultimately leading to improved patient experiences and business results.