Inspire Star Performance through Meaningful Conversations with Your TeamIf you want more top performers on your team, read this book!Jill Konrath, author of SNAP Selling and Selling to Big CompaniesThe performance review is an important part of your job as a manager or coach. But it is only a part. In order to develop team members effectively, you have to be proactive on a daily basis. This means having conversationsand not just about the weather or the game last night. Create ongoing conversations throughout the year that focus on:Developing team members to a higher level of abilityTriggering the insight and inspiration within your team members to grow in new waysBuilding the skills that will enable others to accomplish their established goalsPreparing yourself and others for the performance review discussionKeeping people motivated and moving forward toward the goalsConversations for Creating Star Performers is a vital tool for keeping team members motivated, engaged, and moving ahead every daynot just the days before an annual review.