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Performance Management Workshop
Performance Management Workshop
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Performance Management Workshop

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

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

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  • 1. Well.ca Management Workshop<br />3. Management Workshop<br />a) Performance managementb) Employee motivation<br />c) Change Management<br />
  • 2. Understanding Your Employees...<br />Myers-Briggs Type Indicator:<br /><ul><li>Extraversion vs. Introversion
  • 3. Sensing vs. Intuition
  • 4. Thinking vs. Feeling
  • 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 />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfvvDkaVv2U<br />
  • 6. Part 3: Management Tools for Team Leaders<br />Performance Management<br />“6 Hidden Motivators”<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ybksrCEELU&feature=related<br />
  • 7. Goal Setting and Departmental Goals<br /><ul><li>Departmental Goals create team purpose and direction
  • 8. Individual Goals align the individual to the shared purpose
  • 9. Provides context for performance assessment
  • 10. Creates a template against which to check individual progress </li></li></ul><li>Performance<br />Log<br />
  • 11.
  • 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. 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. 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. Desire to make the change happen
  • 16. Knowledge about how to change
  • 17. Ability to implement the new skills and behaviours
  • 18. Reinforcement to retain the change once it has occurred</li></ul>Video about Change Management<br />
  • 19. Some final tips to consider...<br />[From Marshall Goldsmith’s webinar on leadership]<br /><ul><li>Be a coach, not a leader
  • 20. Let go of your ego– it’s not about you!
  • 21. Be honest with yourself, about yourself
  • 22. Ask for feedback regularly (but take your employees’ personalities into consideration when doing so)
  • 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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