Who Should attend
Anyone who undertakes performance management / appraisals. Whether at a senior or junior level of management, this will provide information that will help you get the best of your existing performance management tool.
How you benefit
According to research by the Corporate Executive Board, they found that:
“Managers, on average, spend 200 hours per year on performance management, but 90% of managers say they are not happy with it and 90% of HR managers say the feedback is not accurate.”
It is not generally the process of performance management that is generally to blame. Training on performance management often focuses on the administration of the process, instead of helping managers understand how to get the best from the investment in time.
Our training draws on three sources of recent research to identify the best ways to maximise the outcomes from your performance management process. The structure will provide delegates with all the information they require to identify which examples of best practice align with your existing process and organisational structure.
Your trainer for the day, Frazer Rendell, has been chair of the Engage for Success research group looking at the impact of performance management on employee engagement since 2014. This is in collaboration with Cranfield Business School and the CIPD.
Please note, this training does not set out to replace your existing performance management process, but instead how to maximise the outcomes from the investment in time.
What this session covers
- The link between performance management and employee engagement
- What performance management sets out to achieve
- Common mistakes when delivering performance management
- How to get the best from performance management
- Successful goal setting
- How leaders of highly engaged teams deliver performance management
- Delegates identify how they will use these tools and take them into the work place.