PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT - 1 DAY
Organisations invest a huge amount in their people and their people invest a lot of time in the organisation, so it makes sense for both parties to know how they’re doing. This Performance Management workshop can make this happen by equipping participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage performance and increase the capability of their teams.
Who’s it For?
This session will benefit all those with direct line responsibility for managing individuals and managing their performance. It can also be of benefit for those who have particular responsibility for ensuring behaviours in performance are modified.
What's It All About?
What is performance management?
Who is it for?
The benefits of effective performance management and the risks of ignoring poor performance
Understanding your organisations performance management process
The Performance Management Cycle
Introduction to a simple model to follow when managing performance
The importance of each stage and the key actions that need to be taken
Key Stages of Performance Management
Setting the standard and writing objectives
Reviewing Performance – the Performance Review itself
What if performance doesn’t change? The next steps
Putting it all into Practice
Dealing with conflict
Using realistic scenarios, participants will have the chance to practice managing a short performance issue and receive feedback from an experienced facilitator
Understand the importance of effective performance management and the potential rewards that it can reap.
Learn a template for performance management and how to adapt it to the needs of you and your team,
Practice with realistic scenarios that will leave you filled with confidence and ready to deal with your team.
Workshops are delivered by experienced training and development professionals
Date & Venue
Date will be agreed once booking has been confirmed.
This training course can be run at your premises or we can provide a training venue.
For more information and costs please contact us on 0345 4599710 or email firstname.lastname@example.org