PROMOTING OPEN COMMUNICATION TO DRIVE PRODUCTIVITY
- This programme will encourage self-reflection on your personal management style and choice of behaviours when the implement Performance Management processes in their workplace. This will include planning for and conducting performance management meetings.
- In order to get the most of this workshop delegates should attend both sessions.
- The programme will focus on the following acronym – PERFORM
P – People First – Know your team and show you care
E – Expectations – Provide clarity of goals and milestones
R – Regular review – Virtual is just fine but must be consistent
F – Feedback & Development – Say it as it is, but be constructive
O – Ownership Culture – Coach for accountability
R – Recognise & raise bar – Give positive feedback and inspire more
M – Manage performance – Nip performance issues in the bud
- Links will be made between effective Performance Management and how it aims to promote staff engagement, retention, and effective succession planning.
By the end of the 2 bite-sized 2 hours, remotely delivered sessions, delegates will have;
- Reviewed how to ensure effective Performance Management practices with their staff members.
- Understood the essential ingredients of Performance Management and how it aims to promote staff engagement, retention and succession planning.
- Recognise the importance of having clarity around expectations and objectives in order to inspire and motivate performance.
- Reflect on the ways to build and demonstrate trust.
- Draft an individual action plan outlining how they will flex their approach to individual team members in order to promote productivity & career progression.
About the Presenter
With a background in professional sales, and over 25 years of training/coaching experience, Jo Irwin launched i4 Training in 2013 after taking a voluntary redundancy package from a large multi-national pharmaceutical company. Jo successfully grew the business, doubling turn over year on year for the 1st 3 years, based completely on word-of-mouth recommendations. Jo likens being a trainer and coach to being a baker! You are only as good as your last cake, however if your cakes are good, people will not only keep coming back for more, they will also recommend you to all of their friends.
This workshop is FREE of Charge, but online registration is required.
We will share the Zoom link to join webinar a day before the event.
Delegates should attend both sessions, 23/11 and 2/12.
For more information please contact Alan at firstname.lastname@example.org
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