ABOUT THIS PROGRAM
Do you feel that performance appraisals are a waste of time? Are performance appraisals actually doing any good for anyone? Pinnacle Alliance Training Academy’s program on “Performance Appraisal: Are we doing it right?” is insightful into understanding individuals and use of performance management to undertake effective performance appraisals. We help you to design and improve performance appraisals to ensure it produces the desired business results.
Performance appraisals are the “Achilles’ heel” of Human Resources Management. Let’s be honest, performance appraisals have a bad reputation – for a good reason. They often do not bring out the best conversations between managers and employees, approached with uncertainty, anxiety and dread. Most organizations need help as they see it as isolated and time-consuming paperwork, which everyone has to do and few see a point to it. Appraisals should not be viewed as an end, but as an important process within a broader performance management system.
This program will look at how effective performance management is all about leadership, interpersonal relationships, constructive feedback and teamwork. Effectively evaluating performance in a systematic way, measured against factors such as job knowledge, quality and quantity of output, leadership ability, dependability, cooperation, versatility, etc.
OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROGRAM
By the end of this program, you will be able to:
- Understand the value of performance appraisals in the workplace.
- Understand how motivation can produce expected results.
- Recognize appraiser-appraisee issues; build rapport & self-control.
- Tackle performance issues & ensure feedback is relevant & communicated constructively.
- Develop high performance & high expectations, linking rewards & recognition.
MODE OF DELIVERY:
- Educational presentations by the trainers.
- Individual / group activities and real-life simulations.
- Handout of the Presentation
- Certificate of Completion
Individuals with performance measurement / management responsibility
Minimum of 20 Participants