Performance Management Training
Management Performance Objectives Online Training Course
In today’s workplace, managing teams’ personal and organizational goals is not an easy task. Too often employees are promoted into management positions with little training or guidance. Some managers thrive when thrown into the mix like this, some tread water, and others flounder badly.Many managers don’t realize it's their job to coach, give feedback, and actually manage their employees’ performance. Instead, they give feedback once a year at evaluation time. If they are critical then the employee may be unpleasantly surprised, but if they water down criticism then the employee may not improve. Performance management should be carried out on a regular, consistent basis.
This course takes managers through each step of performance management and the continuous feedback process. Managers will learn how to establish goals and objectives, give continuous feedback, conduct quarterly reviews or “check-ins,” document performance issues, prepare the annual performance evaluation, and conduct the annual performance meeting.
Course length: 30 minutes
- What is performance management?
- What is an evaluation system?
- How to prepare for reviews
- How to conduct reviews
- How to follow up after reviews
- Gives learners access to Emtrain Expert for best practices on this topic.
- Tailored to include your branding and policy.
- Available in English.
Steve is one of Silicon Valley’s hottest properties when it comes to people, talent, and culture. Prior to launching his own firm, Steve served as VP of Talent at LinkedIn from 2009 through 2012, taking the company from a private firm of 400 employees, through an IPO and into the powerhouse that it is recognized as today with over 5,000 employees. Steve helps organizations worldwide develop winning talent solutions. With more than 25 years of leadership and executive experience in global human resources, Steve has practiced HR in the US, Canada, and Asia-Pacific within a variety of industries.
Over the course of his career, the teams, cultures, and organizations he has led and helped build have been recognized as exceptional, “world class” performers by The Wall Street Journal and Fortune magazine.