Performance Management for Supervisors
Performance Management is an umbrella term for the process of identifying, developing and utilizing the capabilities of employees. The most critical element of Performance Management is the skill of the supervisor to develop his or her staff. The competencies for supervisors to be effective in managing their employees' performance are:
"Performance Management for Supervisors" is a fast-paced workshop that develops the capability of supervisors in each of the six Performance Management competency areas. This two-day training program is packed with practical tools and formats to use in planning, motivating, developing and evaluating employee performance. Through practice exercises and feedback, participants master the skills, tools and techniques for effectively managing employee development.
This wokshop is based on James Rollo's best-selling book, Performance Management: A Pocket Guide for Employee Development.