There are many skills a good manager should possess. It is not easy to be one, as all skills should be improved regularly. At the same time, the success of the company does depend on the manager, because he/she has to constantly motivate their employees to have enthusiasm for their work in order to cope with new projects.
- Robert is a strong manager who doubled the efficiency of the entire department.
- Ronald has earned the respect of his subordinates as a good leader and a talented manager.
- Gloria implements prudent risk analysis in order to prevent potential financial problems.
- Helen spends a lot of time communicating with her employees. She knows her subordinates on both a professional and personal level.
- Marta has mastered all forms of communication, including verbal, written and listening skills.
- Susan thoroughly analyzes various strategies before making the final decision.
- He has developed an effective system of encouraging and criticizing her employees. The working community has approved it.
- He always asks the members of his team if they like their tasks. He cares that everyone is happy and willing to perform the task well.
- If she sees that someone of her team has difficulty performing a specific task, she helps them, giving practical tips or even another task.
- She cares that her employees have good relationships, understand the idea of the project the same way and do not have any serious discordance.
Exceeds Requirements/More than Satisfactory:
- Valerie is great at analyzing business problems and coming up with creative strategies.
- Ronald regularly implements measures for financial accountability.
- Harry has established a trusting relationship with his subordinates. His employees are glad to work with him.
- Lionel uses analysis to make the best decisions. He has made a lot of money for our company.
- Philipp keeps his employees in the loop and never ignores their opinions.
- Peter easily nips conflicts between team members in the bud.
- She is humane and never lets her employees work overtime, as it can have a negative effect on their attitude and, consequently, their performance.
- He regularly analyses the relationships between his employees. If he sees any problems, he cares that they be solved as soon as possible.
- He always highly praises his employees when the project is done. It helps them to stay motivated and excited about their next task.
- She always motivates her team to finish the project fast. It helps the company to progress and improve.
- Michael is a decent manager but he seeks to control everything, which negatively affects the productivity of his team.
- Bruce is an excellent business strategist but sometimes he forgets to inform his subordinates of the upcoming plans.
- Nigel has a great relationship with subordinates but he makes many ineffective decisions. He needs to devote more time to improving his analytical skills.
- Emma is good at interviewing and hiring new employees but she is not able to create effective teams.
- Arnold has great time-management skills but he is bad at managing resources.
- George manages many projects at once. Sometimes he makes mistakes because of it.
- Samantha effectively delegates tasks to employees but her own productivity leaves much to be desired.
- Hayden has increased the efficiency of the team but her employees became exhausted and frustrated.
- Every week she sets up staff meetings for her group. It helps the members of the group to be more involved in the project.
- She controls how every member of her team performs the tasks. If someone has a problem, then she is always ready to help him/her. That is why all projects of her group are always done within the deadline.
- Sometimes Abigail fails to achieve production goals. She needs to improve employee engagement to make them work harder.
- Brian fails to determine the strengths and weaknesses of his employees. He is unable to unlock the full potential of every subordinate because of that.
- Robert is unable to make fast decisions. He needs to stop procrastinating to be a better manager.
- Aaron takes credit for the accomplishments of his subordinates. Such behavior severely undermines his authority.
- Rebecca exercises minimum control over subordinates, which leads to production problems.
- Patricia is bad at organizing the work process. She needs to attend professional seminars to become a better manager.
- Olivia relies on other employees instead of herself. She needs to put more time into strategic planning.
- Edward makes poor use of time. He needs to establish a better priority system for tasks.
- Sometimes Ingrid does not include instructions when delegating tasks. The effectiveness of the team would increase if she starts to make a clear set of objectives for every assignment.
- He is too restrained and does not encourage his employees or pay them any compliments, even if they have done a great job in a short time.
- Abigail is too kind to subordinates. She needs to stop her employees from taking advantage of her.
- Olivia fails to maintain a healthy workplace environment. Her subordinates are unfocused and ineffective.
- Cindy is terrible at strategic planning. She lacks many skills required for successful management.
- He is often in a bad mood, which has a negative effect on the work of his employees, making them unmotivated.
- She never asks her team if they are happy with the tasks she gave them. Employees, who are not very happy with their task, are not willing to perform it promptly and well.
- He does not care for his employees to understand the idea of the project. This attitude does not motivate them at all.
- He is very authoritative, sometimes even arrogant towards his employees. He orders to perform tasks instead of asking. That influences his employees negatively, as they do not want to do their work.
- He never helps his employees if they have any problems performing a specific task.
- She does not try to navigate conflict situations between her employees, even if she could do so. This attitude is not effective for the company.
- She does not care if her employees like their tasks. She never changes them, even being asked to do so.
- She forces her employees to work overtime for multiple days in a row, even if they could finish the project within the given deadlines without extra efforts.
The sample of performance review phrases for management skills is a great/helpful tool for periodical/annual job performance appraisal. Note that, management skills review phrases can be positive or negative and your performance review can be effective or bad/poor activity for your staffs.