Conducting Performance Reviews Training
One of the greatest mechanisms for companies to reach out to and improve employees on a personal level is through performance reviews. As such, management teams are often expected to deliver quality feedback on the company progress and employees contributions and performance.
Performance reviews are important if organisations and their employees are to thrive. They lead to the identification of shortcomings and employees also get to know how effective they are in the workplace. Performance reviews facilitate the discovery of areas where individual employees need further improvements and result in the development of recommendations on how employees can improve themselves and become top professionals in their areas of specialisation.
Unfortunately,If not conducted properly, performance reviews can affect employees confidence, self esteem and morale. This will in turn negatively impact the performance of the organisations. Therefore, the persons that execute these reviews are expected to put interviewees or employees at ease, making sure that they get the most out of these exercises.
BIT short course focuses on those aspects of the review process as Human Resource personnel will learn how to read body language and deliver critique more effectively.
Who should attend the course?
The course is primarily dedicated to employees and management teams that conduct performance reviews, this course guarantees effectiveness in setting standards for your business. This training session can also be modified to include other skills which you or your team may require.
By the end of the two-day short course, you will have gained theoretical knowledge and practical skills in becoming a more effective in conducting performance reviews. You will be able to:
- Conduct interactive and collaborative performance appraisal meetings that lead to the development of employees
- Learn how to conduct difficult conversations and come out with desired feedback
- To assist employees whose goals are not aligned to the vison of the company to focus on the goals and objectives of the employer
The Learning Model
The trainer uses up-to-date training techniques and a variety of training methods, to give all participants the best opportunities for learning including:
- Class Session
- Group Discussions
- Simulations exercises
- Case studies and Probl
- Templates and tools
- Performance Appraisals Done well
- The Performance Management Process and Cycle
- Setting Standards
- Creating a Performance Development Plan
- Feedback and Communication
- Listening Skills
- Conducting the Appraisal Interview
- Maintaining Performance
- Handling Performance Problems