The goal of the annual Executive Leadership Team Member performance review is to recognize how well the executive is performing in their job and to identify any needed improvements. This review should clearly be based upon the agreed organization’s goals and performance expectations set by the CEO to the actual achievements of the organization and the Executive Leader. For purposes of our evaluation surveys, we consider anyone reporting directly to the CEO of a nonprofit organization as an Executive Leadership team member.
Annual reviews of the Executive Leadership Team Member’s performance are an excellent way to identify and reward their performance as well as communicate key areas of needed improvement to successfully guide the organization forward.
This review should also identify and include the establishment of organizational goals for the coming year’s executive evaluation. It is vitally important for both the CEO and Executive Leadership Officer to discuss and agree on these new goals.