Performance review phrases – leadership

Performance Review Phrases on Leadership Skill can be very diversified as leadership is a core quality of a manager which may be the main subject of certain performance review processes. One having leadership skill is not necessarily a manager. Such a person can be an employee as well and in such cases, he/she shall be a great asset to the organization. Below are some review phrases on leadership skill which are very useful for your review process:

Exceptional/Superior:

  1. Robert is impeccable at guiding, motivating and training new staff members.
  2. Jeremy demonstrates excellent leadership qualities. He keeps his colleagues motivated and productive.
  3. Marta is a highly talented leader who sets high standards for all the other employees.
  4. Rachel has managed to build a healthy and stable workplace environment thanks to her leadership qualities.
  5. Rowan is an honest leader who takes all blame but shares all success with his subordinates.
  6. Michael is able to turn any group of people into a friendly and united team.
  7. Harry has built astounding team spirit and connection between employees.
  8. Linda has created a corporate culture of reliability and helpfulness.
  9. Rachel is a highly qualified leader with years of experience. Her subordinates demonstrate great loyalty to her.
  10. Trevor is an assertive, fair, and firm leader who has an ability to link people together.

Exceeds Requirements/More than Satisfactory:

  1. Helen keeps her subordinates committed to the company’s vision and goals.
  2. George never fails to turn on the motivation for excellence among the members of his team.
  3. Frank has earned the respect of subordinates by leading them without dictating.
  4. When organizing teams, Victor always takes talents and capabilities of employees into consideration.
  5. As a true leader, Patrick is ready to make tough decisions for the sake of the company.
  6. Kevin organizes, gives directions, guidance and feedback to the subordinates/colleagues.
  7. Helga maintains an open communication among employees.
  8. Sandra acknowledges the accomplishment of employees and recognize their contributions.
  9. David encourages the employees to take responsibility for their performance.
  10. Robert distributes resources in an appropriate manner depending on the priority of assignments.
  11. Jim is always ready to share information and knowledge for the common development of the staffs.

Meets Expectations/Satisfactory:

  1. Jack has strong oratory skills but he lacks experience to be the leader of the team.
  2. Jennifer has a talent for organizing teams but she fails to keep her subordinates productive.
  3. Nathan would become a great leader if he improved his oratory skills.
  4. Emma possesses most of qualities required for a leader but she lacks ambition to become one.
  5. Quentin is responsible for the success of his team, but he refuses to take more responsibilities than he already has.
  6. Susan is a respected and admired leader but the effectiveness of her team has decreased over the year.
  7. Nigel is great at motivating the team but he suffers from the fear of making hard decisions.
  8. Jennifer is decent at managing resources but her problem-solving skills are below average.
  9. Arnold easily handles production problems but fails to find the common language with subordinates.
  10. Hayden is a talented leader but she needs to provide more feedback to her employees.

Provisional/Needs Improvement:

  1. Ingrid has been responsible for a number of unsuccessful projects.
  2. Sometimes Abigail fails to make her subordinates follow her directions.
  3. Robert does not want to get involved in resolving disputes among subordinates.
  4. Trevor does not care about opinions of other people. He is overly confident and close-minded.
  5. Sometimes Helen develops unrealistic plans that are doomed to fail.
  6. Sandra fails to unleash the full potential of her subordinates.
  7. Edward needs to separate friendship and work relationships in order to become a better leader.
  8. Valerie needs to work on her oratorical skills so other people would respect her and trust her opinion.
  9. Edward does not set the right goals for his team.
  10. Rebecca fails to effectively delegate tasks. She is bad at identifying strengths and weaknesses of her employees.

Unsatisfactory:

  1. John refuses to take responsibilities for mistakes made by the members of his team.
  2. Aaron is a leader that everyone fears but not respects. He needs to change his attitude and become more open to communication.
  3. Oliver fails to command respect in the workplace.
  4. Tom sets team goals that do not correspond with the company’s goals.
  5. Francesca is terribly afraid to make tough decisions.
  6. Jerry never involves subordinates into a decision-making process.
  7. Sometimes Paul is rude and offensive towards his employees.
  8. Sue often makes the employees confused by different directions/guidance.
  9. Sebastian disregards the policies of the company and tends to work by himself.
  10. Thomas always takes all the credit for success. Moreover, he shifts the responsibility to other employees when things go wrong.

 

The sample of performance review phrases for leadership is a great/helpful tool for periodical/annual job performance appraisal. Note that, leadership review phrase can be positive or negative and your performance review can be effective or bad/poor activities for your staffs.

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