Communication Performance Review Example Phrases
In today’s fast paced world, an effective communicator is almost a minimum level of competency for many jobs. If you can’t say it accurately, and fast, you may find it hard to keep up. In this section, we focus on these core elements of communication, demonstrating positive comments for a good communicator and a negative one for someone needing improvement.
David keeps managers and coworkers informed of his work progress.
Barry reports necessary information to his coworkers.
Allison is excellent at keeping written information about her assignments and projects.
One of Jim’s strengths is his use of candor and effective communication with his employees.
One of Jane’s core strengths is her ability to immediately connect with someone.
Brenda is very competent communicator.
Tom clearly communicates with his employees and they understand his expectations.
Ted is clearly very good at communication as evidenced by his effectiveness in resolving customer problems.
At first, communication was not Bill’s strongest attribute. However, after a lot of work, Bill has become a very good communicator.
Communication is the ability to talk or the ability to hear, it is a combination of talking, hearing, and understanding. Jenny is the perfect mix of those three things.
When a difficult message must be conveyed in a clear and consistent manner, I always turn to Tricia to handle it. Tricia is very good at imparting message.
Though at times I may find it difficult to communicate with some types of people, Bob seems to have a natural gift of communication.
Jane is very good at crafting a message that is not only well understood, but promotes healthy conversation and debate with the staff. Jane handles each of these situations with ease.
Harry is very good at communicating. I think back to several situations this year that needed a delicate understanding and Harry handled each one well.
Kevin can communicate a message effectively so staff members understand it.
Lyle likes to speak with someone until they understand and this attribute has made him a very good communicator.
Polly is effective in the written and verbal word.
Jack’s years of experience communicating is evident in his wonderful communication skills.
Wendy has the valuable skill of communicating difficult concepts in easy to understand language.
Communication is part art and part science – Tim is an artist with his words and forms them together to demonstrate an ease with the science of communication.
Jane is a successful communicator who is at ease in both written and verbal communications.
Peter is quite good at communicating difficult messages with employees, management, and customers.
As an employee, Ted was good at communication, as a manager, Ted has proved an even more effective communicator. His communication skills have improved tremendously this year.
Kyle is an adept communicator and is one of the best business writers I have had the pleasure of working with. Kyle communicates very well through his reports and white papers.
Cameron is very good at written communication, however his verbal communication skills can be improved. Cameron should work on being an active listener.
Tim continually attempts to withhold information from team members.
Peter has proved to be an ineffective communicator.
Jim does not effectively communicate – both written and verbal communication must be improved.
Tony does not adequately share information as required in his role. He has a tendency to keep things close to the vest.
At a bare minimum, Tom needs to improve his communication skills with his co-workers. Preferably, Tom will learn to improve his communications with other employees and management.
Jim’s ability to explain complex topics is insufficient due to his unwillingness to share information with others.
Despite other areas of strength for Ben, communication continues to be substandard. Ben consistently fails to properly notify team members about impending changes or other required information.
Jack needs to share department and corporate goals in a more timely and complete manner. Jack’s employees do not understand what the company is doing.
Lyle does not articulate his position very well during meetings.
George’s position requires him to have sufficient technical skills, however, he does not speak up during technical meetings to discuss potential solutions.
Over the past year, Terry has not performed very well in creating an honest and open environment for the employees he supervises.
Jenny must improve her foreign language skills to stay competitive in this industry.
Greg is not adept at documenting verbal communication. Over the next 90 days, Greg should work on this skill.
Holly frequently provides mixed messages to people on her team.
Customers have frequently complained about unresponsiveness from Tim.
Ken does not adequately use email and frequently ignores messages sent to him.
Paul’s employees are often the last to know of changes at the company. Paul should increase the frequency of his communications with staff members.
Bob has a tendency to ramble at meetings and discuss unimportant things.
Pete works on confidential projects frequently and must not discuss the items he learns with fellow staff members.
One of Todd’s roles is to find consensus among his team members, but he has frequently failed to accomplish this task.
Fred does not communicate effectively and clearly.
Tricia holds too many meetings; fewer would be more effective.
Brian should communicate project status updates more frequently.
Tom lacks credibility in his messages. His co-workers do not believe he is honest.
Justine does not convey a positive image of the company to customers.