Performance Management is making sure the employee and the organization are focused on the same priorities. It touches on the organization itself by improving production and reducing waste. It helps the employee or individual set and meet their goals and improves the employee manager relationship. The key in keeping an organization and employee aligned, which improves performance and productivity, is Performance Management.
When changes occur Performance Management helps the transition to be smoother and less hectic. It helps the organization and employee have a stream-lined relationship which improves communication and interactions between the two groups. It will help close any gaps that exist in an employee’s skill-set and make them a more valuable employees through feedback and coaching.
Module One: The Basics
- What is Performance Management?
- How does Performance Management work?
- Performance Management tools
Module Two: Goal Setting
- SMART Goal Setting
- Specific Goals
- Measurable Goals
- Attainable Goals
- Realistic Goals
- Timely Goals
- Monitoring Results
Module Three: Establishing Performance Goals
- Strategic Planning
- Job Analysis
- Setting Goals
Module Four: Kolb's Learning Cycle
Module Five: The Performance Log
- Record goals & accomplishments
- Linking with your employees or managers
- Implementing a Performance Coach
Module Six: Creating a Performance Plan
- Desired results
Define performance management
Understand how performance management works and the tools to make it work.
Discuss effective goal-setting.
Learn how to give feedback on performance management.
Identify Kolb’s Learning Cycle
Recognize the importance of motivation.
Performance Plan: Tracking and Documentation
- Participant workbook
- Presenter slides and outlines
- Case Studies and Media as appropriate
- Role-play scenarios
- Post-training assessment
- Internet access for the presenter
- Projector (if not ceiling mounted then a table or cart will need to be provided)
- Training room must be able to comfortably accommodate the number of participants plus room to move around for various activities)
- Rounds or pods, a small table for presenter’s materials, chairs for all participants
- One Flip chart and easel for each round table (for small group work) and markers
- Elevate will choose training facilitators whose background and expertise will support the subject matter and goals of the client
- Instructors will use a variety of instructional methods including lecture, group projects, discussion, and role play
- Participants are expected to be actively engaged in the learning process