The Impact of Performance Appraisal on Employee Motivation

Despite using performance appraisals to ensure the effectiveness of a firm's promotion, merit pay, and employee development practices, organizations are frequently less than satisfied with the impact of its performance evaluation system. Dr John McClendon will share the preliminary findings of his research team on the impact of system execution in performance appraisal on employee motivation, as well address topics such as:

  • Challenges of performance appraisals
  • Managerial implications of current performance management research
  • When  and how an organization should best proceed when considering implementation of a forma performance appraisal system

Click here to register for the session. This presentation is part of Temple University Singapore's Knowledge Leadership Series (KLS). These one hour lectures feture visiting US professors from the top ranked Executive MBA (EMBA) and MSHRM program, who present on a wide range of relevant, cutting edge topics.

About Dr. John McClendon
Dr. John McClendon is an Associate Professor of Human Resource Management at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, where he teaches in the undergraduate, MBA, Executive MBA and PhD programs. He has more than 30 years of human resource management experience, including university teaching, scholarly research, consulting and private-sector management. Prior to his academic career, he worked in multiple HR positions at International Paper Company. Dr. McClendon publishes research articles in leading management journals, conducts corporate training and teaches on-site workshops. His international experience includes regular teaching assignments at Temple’s Rome and Tokyo campuses, in the Fox School’s EMBA and programs in Singapore, as well as serving as a visiting instructor at ENPC-MBA School of International Management in Paris.

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