Place yourself in the role of an employee named Tyler Cahill, whose annual evaluation has just been completed. As you review the annual performance evaluation, you believe that it was partly based on judgment and not evidence. However, you realize there are some gaps in your performance. Up to this point, you felt like you had a good working relationship with your manager.
answer the following questions based on the Annual Performance Evaluation document.
1.Discuss four examples in the performance evaluation document that are based on judgment and not evidence?
2. In a forthcoming meeting with your manager, what are your plans to address that you believe part of the evaluation was not based on evidence (three examples)?
3.Discuss how you will explain to your manager why it is important for a manager and employee to agree on performance gaps based on evidence (three Examples)?