Great managers aren't born; they're made and many new managers need help communicating effectively with employees, giving feedback and taking on a leadership role.
Performance management training can mean different things for different roles, but always focuses on teaching managers how to accomplish or facilitate work through others, and how to direct and develop their employees.
Great performance management also includes ongoing, two-way dialogue with your employees about expectations, priorities and performance. It aims to develop your employees, ensure their success and maximize their contributions to the organization.
By the end of the session delegates will be able to:-
• Define a High Performing Team
• Identify the core principles of performance management
• Define the Performance Management Cycle and the importance of Performance Reviews
• Examine how Performance Management supports the translation of Corporate Objectives into day to day work
• Demonstrate how to set SMART performance objectives
• Identify how to prepare effectively for a Performance Review Meeting
• Outline how to deal with under performance
• Consider how remote working can affect PM