How To Overcome Biases — Evaluating Your Employees

We are full of biases and often we measure performance wrong if we measure it. I’d like to tell you about my discussion with a teacher where we saw similarities within evaluating students and employees. This writing might be equally useful for leaders in the wild business as well as teachers at school or who need to evaluate their students by giving them a number or a letter. The key is to find…

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Blogging about LEADERSHIP | www.birgitpohl.com | @devbirgit 👉🏽Instagram & Twitter

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