This performance evaluation form is based on a 5 point ranked scale in overall job function areas for Vision, Mission and Strategies; Accomplishment of Management Objectives; Program and Operations Management; and President/Board Partnership and External Liaison/Public/Image.
This two-page form is distributed annually to board members so that they may evaluate both their own performance and that of the board meetings. Includes a "suggestions for improvement" section.
This evaluation form for chamber employees assesses personal interactions, quality orientation, effective work habits, communication skills, job competency, judgment, ownership, problem solving, and leadership. A rating scale of 1 (unsatisfactory) to 5 (outstanding) is used.
This form is used to assess the effectiveness of chamber employees in the areas of policies and projects, internal relationships, personal characteristics, and professional characteristics. A ranking system of 1 (exceptional) to 4 (needs improvement) is used.
This table lists the goals in the areas of finance, strategy, membership, leadership and community/industry. It also includes a legend to indicate which goals have been achieved. See related: Annual CEO Review Process.
This document lists the chamber president's strategic goals and explains how they factor into determining the president's annual bonus.
This checklist from Birnbach Success Solutions enables the board member to assess his or her understanding of several aspects of the organization, including the organizational structure, budget, fundraising and the staff.
This tool is used to rate the chamber CEO on leadership skills, administrative skills, and professional skills. It also includes a plan of action for the CEO to complete after an evaluation conference. Evaluation form still in use as of August 2017.
This tool provides a method to evaluate the chamber's president and CEO in the following categories: vision/governance; fiscal responsibility; relations with members, the community, and the board of directors; judgment/decision-making; culture; reliability; initiative; and creativity.
This tool is for evaluating chamber employees on the basis of their effectiveness in dealing with people, job knowledge, accuracy, efficiency, judgment/discretion, initiative, attitude, adaptability, presentation of self, dependability, and attendance.