How to Evaluate Mind-Body Staff, Part Two
Mind-Body: Gain an in-depth understanding of the skills needed to teach certain formats—before you create or analyze metrics.
Our first installment of this series advised managers on the basics of conducting performance evaluations for mind-body staff. Focusing on managers with little or no mind-body experience, we talked about the importance of preparation, shared tips on building a knowledge base and provided ways to formulate a comprehensive observation checklist. In Part Two, we explore more evaluation tips and offer deeper insight into how to use review information to strengthen staff resources and programming.
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