I thought this had been discussed here before, but nothing came up in my search.
I was wondering how performance reviews for managers work in your companies. Do managers have different ones than other people who have nobody reporting to them? Or do their reviews have some additional points that address management skills?
I'm really interested in learning if and how management skills are being evaluated everywhere. At my previous employers, everyone throughout all levels had the same questions/points on their evaluation sheets and you had to interpret them differently in each position. That might work for a lot of jobs/positions, but I really believe that anyone who manages people should be evaluated on people- and management skills.
If anyone has some examples for me, I'd appreciate it!