Are you, or is your organization, frustrated with existing methods of formal or informal performance -management or appraisal systems that seem to work in theory, but fail to meet organization and employee expectations in practice?
- Would you rather face a firing squad than to discuss poor performance or other difficult performance-related problems with employees or team members?
- Would you like to learn a new technique that would allow you to not only have such conversations without stress and anxiety, but which would also get the desired results?
- What if you could also use this method to give positive feedback that would improve your employees’ or team members’ morale and motivation to want to work either for you or with you? Would this also help you to achieve better results and be more successful?
If your answer to these questions is “yes,” then this workshop is for you. It shows you a new and different approach that allows you to analyze, validate, structure, and communicate what you know to be true about an individual’s performance into excellent feedback that has powerful results. In addition, because the technique works with the natural and intuitive approach that you probably already employ, it is easy and logical to learn.
What you will learn:
- How to analyze and validate your positive and negative conclusions about someone’s performance.
- How to turn positive thoughts into feedback that motivates the person to want to perform even better.
- How to turn even the most sensitive and difficult negative conclusions into honest feedback that gets results.
- How to follow-up if the employee can’t or won’t perform up to expectations (managers – this includes understanding the difference between feedback and “discipline”).
Who should attend?
Managers, supervisors, human resource professionals, team leaders, and team members. Anyone who is required to give performance-related feedback to others will benefit tremendously from this workshop.
Benefits to Team
- Increased confidence in your ability to bring up and discuss all aspects of performance with employees and team members.
- Build better interpersonal relationships between you and your employees.
- Achieve better results achieved through people.
Benefits to Organizations
- Improve on-the-job type training by increasing the effectiveness of the coaching and feedback given to new employees.
- Improve the quality/quantity of communication about performance between managers and employees.
- Reduce the organizational problems that are caused when managers avoid giving feedback.
- Improve team effectiveness by helping team members to give each other positive feedback.
Contact us for corporate rates
Email Steve MacKinnon firstname.lastname@example.org call 613-969-1913 Ext 2635 for questions