This webinar provides an understanding of the principles of leadership and the processes and skills required for effectively managing staff performance. It aims to bring consistency in using performance management within the business. The webinar will help managers and team leaders recognise their role and contribution to effectively manage performance and conduct at work.

At the end of the webinar, you will have an understanding of the principles of effective performance management, and best practice performance management processes. You will learn and explore how management style and organisational culture are critical elements of the performance management process.

  • What “Performance Management” means, and what it doesn’t mean
  • The benefits and core elements of performance management
  • Reviewing your organisation’s current performance management system and processes
  • How culture and climate directly impact the effectiveness of your Performance management system
  • Setting effective, SMART objectives
  • Measuring and assessing performance
  • The importance of self-review in the performance management process
  • Providing continuous feedback, and conducting an effective performance review conversation

This webinar is for you if…

  • You are a team manager, supervisor, or project manager who has a responsibility for managing the performance and conduct of staff and/or contractors
  • You want to review and enhance your current performance management system and processes
  • Assessment of the strengths and development areas of the performance management system currently used within your organisation
  • How performance management systems and behaviours can be utilised to enhance the performance of individuals and teams
  • How to set clear expectations and objectively measure individual performance using objectives and competencies
  • Identified and practised some performance management strategies and techniques to enhance the performance and motivation in high performing team members and team members who need to improve their performance
  • This course is delivered as a half day webinar
  • Tuesday, 16 June (am)
  • £125