Managing People and Performance TrainingJoy Wilson2023-12-20T19:51:53+00:00
Managing People and Performance Training
Here you will find details of our Managing People and Performance training and development programmes specifically aimed at developing your managerial skills and confidence to make a significant difference through effective performance management.
There is no one size fits all approach to performance management and while managing performance often includes some prescribed processes and procedures, successful performance management is a continuous process of combined activities that assess whether current objectives are being met and an opportunity empower, motivate, guide and direct others towards consistent performance and future goals
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The Purpose of Performance Management
How am I doing? To us that question sums up the purpose of performance management: To let people know how they’re doing, give them useful feedback and ensure they are working as effectively as possible.
This is different from the appraisal process, which generally happens once or twice a year and is more a summary and overview of a person’s progress and development. With consistent people management, the focus is upon a person’s day to day effectiveness. Specific goals are agreed, workload is determined and expectations are set. This way potential difficulty can be dealt with as it occurs. When people are well managed they feel aligned, committed in an environment that they know values their unique contribution. Their needs and wants are being considered, their individual ways of working are being accommodated and their contributions are acknowledged.
That’s Performance Management!
Duration 2 Days
Our managing people and performance training course will ensure Managers will understand and demonstrate that they can (and should) be demanding high standards whilst being supportive at the same time. Not ‘hard’ or ‘soft’ – just consistent, effective professional management all of the time. They will come to understand that in managing performance it is their responsibility to improve performance – by improving their people’s skills and by removing obstacles
Managers of People and Process who have identified the need to enhance results from performance management activity
Impacting Upon Success
How does your management style impact on success?
Identifying the effect of your management style
Identifying performance measures
What does good performance look like?
What and how am I doing? How to agree effective performance and behavioural objectives
The benefits of clearly defined competencies
Agreeing realistic targets getting agreement to Objectives!