If you consider people are your organisation’s most valuable resource, then regularly reviewing staff performance should be one of the crucial responsibilities in every supervisor’s and manager’s role.
The important thing is to do it right. Fairly, accurately, professionally – and respectfully. According to universally accepted norms and standards of measurement. Otherwise, the performance review will do more harm than good – and result in creating more issues than improved performance.
Defining the purposes and objectives of Performance Reviews
Key issues in Review forms and documents
Determining a rationale for Performance Ratings
Converting Job Descriptions into Performance Objectives and Standards
Conducting Performance Review Interviews
Setting KPIs and agreeing on Standards of Performance
The role of Counselling in Performance Reviews
Dealing with issues arising from Performance Reviews
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
All those in a supervisory or managerial position and have staff reporting to them.
He has worked with world-class companies developing, among other things, the skills and talents of their leader-managers.
John is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and the Executive Manager of The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia in Western Australia.
10 November, 2016 8:30 AM - 4:30 PMWA
City West Function Centre45 Plaistowe MewsWest Perth, Western Australia 9321 5740 - Organiser
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