S.O.S. Podcast - Employee Reviews Don't Have To Be Scary

S.O.S. Podcast – Employee Reviews Don’t Have To Be Scary

Employee reviews can actually be beneficial to your shop's growth. This podcast episode is presented by Protractor.

What’s the scariest time of the year? It’s not New Years, when you look in the mirror and realize how far you are from completing your resolutions. It’s not Halloween, with its zombies and scary clowns. It’s not even Thanksgiving, with the threat of a dry turkey and judgmental relatives. No, for many shop owners, the scariest time of year is Employee Reviews, when you sit one-on-one with an employee to talk about their accomplishments and shortfalls.

Employee reviews don’t have to be scary or unproductive – how can you ensure that they are beneficial to both parties and ultimately a learning and growth exercise for the entire team? In this episode of Shop Owner Solutions, Doug Kaufman, editor of ShopOwner and Vic Tarasik from Shop Owner Coach talk with Brian Bates, owner of Eagle Automotive in LIttleton, CO, about how you can make your review process more than just a complaint session.

In this podcast series, Shop Owner Solutions, discuss some of the nightmares shop owners face with leading shop owners from across the country. Shop Owner Solutions is intended to help you avoid the 3 am panic – together, Vic and Doug will explore the things that cause you the most stress, put your anxiety into high gear and keep you from feeling like you’re achieving the success you deserve.

This podcast episode is presented by Protractor.

To view the entire episode, click here.

You May Also Like

Women at the Wheel Ep. 4: First Brands Group’s Angela Golden

Golden says, in a way, she grew up in the industry because her father was a technician himself.

Women at the Wheel celebrates women in the automotive aftermarket who are in revolutionary in their field — sparking change and driving results. Join us each month as we engage in illuminating and inspiring conversation with female leaders sharing their career journeys, best advice, most challenging moments and more. In this monthly podcast, Babcox Media editors Amy Antenora, Nadine Battah and Mary DellaValle will sit down with some of today’s leading women professionals in the automotive aftermarket, who are pursuing their careers with passion and helping shape the future of our industry.  

What Is A 20 Group – And Why Should You Care?

In this podcast, you’ll learn about 20 Groups and how an AAPEX 2022 seminar might enlighten you.

Women At the Wheel Podcast, Ep. 3: Auto Care’s Stacey Miller

This month we sit down with an honoree from our inaugural class of Women at the Wheel in 2020, Stacey Miller.

Yes, There IS Something We Can Do About The Tech Shortage

Doug Kaufman and Mike Pressendo discuss TechForce Foundation’s Pipeline to Placement for technicians.

How (And Why) Your Internal Computer Should Be Rebooted

Doug Kaufman and David Rogers discuss why the old ways may be the wrong ways to reach business success.

Other Posts

Parts and Artificial Intelligence

In the past 25 years, things have changed with the Internet.

Why Are Cars So Expensive to Fix?

A combination of everything people require makes vehicle repairs so expensive.

Read The October Digital Edition For Free Right Now

The October issue includes technical and management content and is free to download and read.

The September Digital Edition Is Ready To Read Right Now

The September issue includes technical and management content and is free to download and read.