Performance Management

Introduction

This is a highly participative workshop and encourages delegates to recognise performance management as a strategic and integrated approach to delivering success in organisations.

Workshops will be tailored to meet the needs of individual clients and to match their specific processes.

Target Student

It is intended for any individual, who in the course of their work, are required to manage the performance of other individuals.

By then end of this workshop, you should be able to:

  • Explain the purpose of performance management
  • Explain the performance management process steps and how they work
  • Develop your ability to hold performance discussions
  • Make performance assessments
  • Record performance outcomes in line with the company’s process

Course code

SPMA

Location

Varies

Price

£200.00

Availability

Location: Online
Delivery – 12 Jun 2024 09:30

Course Content

  • By using group discussion, we work towards defining performance management, what it is, and how it is used to help individuals meet organisational goals.
  • Identification of the key elements of a performance review meeting. The looking back discussion group and small group tasks.
  • Small group exercises are based around learning how to set SMART Objectives and development planning for team members. The looking forward discussion.
  • Linking the process to organisational strategy. Use of group discussion.
  • Practical exercises help individuals to learn how to document the process and generate performance evidence.

Course Contact Details

Shortcourses@dumgal.ac.uk
01387 734199

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