Performance Management Workshop


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This is Part 2 of our Internal Management Workshop Session. Part 1 is coming soon!

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Performance Management Workshop

  1. 1. Management Workshop<br />3. Management Workshop<br />a) Performance managementb) Employee motivation<br />c) Change Management<br />
  2. 2. Understanding Your Employees...<br />Myers-Briggs Type Indicator:<br /><ul><li>Extraversion vs. Introversion
  3. 3. Sensing vs. Intuition
  4. 4. Thinking vs. Feeling
  5. 5. Judgment vs. Perception</li></ul>Visual<br />Auditory<br />Kinesthetic<br />How do you learn best?<br />How do your employees learn best??<br /><br />
  6. 6. Part 3: Management Tools for Team Leaders<br />Performance Management<br />“6 Hidden Motivators”<br /><br />
  7. 7. Goal Setting and Departmental Goals<br /><ul><li>Departmental Goals create team purpose and direction
  8. 8. Individual Goals align the individual to the shared purpose
  9. 9. Provides context for performance assessment
  10. 10. Creates a template against which to check individual progress </li></li></ul><li>Performance<br />Log<br />
  11. 11.
  12. 12. Performance Improvement Plan<br />Determine behaviours to be eliminated or improved<br />Provide goals for improvement: exactly how can the employee do to improve and what is the deadline?<br />Double-check: are the goals clear? Concise? Understandable? Fair? Achievable? Objective?<br />
  13. 13. Employee Motivation<br />Job performance =f(ability)(motivation) <br />[Ability should be evaluated and determined during the hiring/ promotion process.]Here are some methods of motivation:<br />
  14. 14. Change Management<br />It is people who change, not organisations<br />Successful change occurs when individuals understand, buy in to, and promote the change.<br /><ul><li>Awareness of the need for change
  15. 15. Desire to make the change happen
  16. 16. Knowledge about how to change
  17. 17. Ability to implement the new skills and behaviours
  18. 18. Reinforcement to retain the change once it has occurred</li></ul>Video about Change Management<br />
  19. 19. Some final tips to consider...<br />[From Marshall Goldsmith’s webinar on leadership]<br /><ul><li>Be a coach, not a leader
  20. 20. Let go of your ego– it’s not about you!
  21. 21. Be honest with yourself, about yourself
  22. 22. Ask for feedback regularly (but take your employees’ personalities into consideration when doing so)
  23. 23. Listen to feedback, don’t react, accept the truth, and make improvements</li></li></ul><li>The world’s best leaders are humble.The best way to motivate others to improve is to lead by example: Admit that you have faults, and openly take action to improve yourself.<br />The End.<br />
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