What is Performance Management Anyway?
November 4 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT$35
Performance Management is NOT performance appraisal. Performance management is a continuous process that promotes and improves employee effectiveness through a regular feedback loop that considers both an employee’s work objectives and their overall contribution to the organization. More than just an annual performance review, performance management is the ongoing practice of setting objectives, assessing progress and providing on-going coaching and feedback to ensure that employees are meeting their objectives and career goals. This workshop is designed to enhance a manager’s capacity to develop his/her employees and benefit the organization through its growth and contributions
In this workshop, participants will:
- Learn the continuous process of performance management (planning, monitoring, developing, performance review, reward)
- Discuss HR’s role in the performance management process
- Review tools for effective performance reviews that align with strategic personal and organizational goals
Lee Botnick consults on organizational structure and development, human resources operations and strategy, system evaluation and implementation, risk management, and coaching and mentoring. Lee’s professional experience includes work in human resources, corporate communications, program implementation, and hospital administration in the nonprofit and healthcare worlds of New York City. She began her career in New York City government, working for Mayor Ed Koch on social service issues. Lee holds a BA from Barnard College.
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