Fine Tuning Your Team: Performance Management Best Practices

You may have a team that interacts well, but unless you have embraced a performance management strategy, you probably do not have a high performing team. Performance management is not just a year-end review. It takes the full engagement of a manager throughout the year to ensure that a team has a shared vision, is working from strength, and is on-target with their objectives.

You will learn to:

  • Implement ways to build a shared vision so your team can tie their work directly to strategic goals
  • Apply the concept of “line of sight” to meeting your team goals
  • Use a best-practice performance management model as part of your managerial toolkit
  • Implement a strengths-based “work planning” process within your team
  • Use the coaching and feedback loop consistently in your regular performance cycle

You will benefit by:

  • Gaining a better understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of your team
  • Being able to better prioritize your team’s work
  • Building a stronger connection between your staff and the work they are doing

Audience:

Managers or supervisors who would like to improve their ability to support their staff and increase productivity

Pre-Class Recommendation with Lynda.com:

Delivering Employee Feedback

Curriculum Area

  • Performance Management
  • Team Development and Dynamics

Sessions

Code: PMC1907

Presenter: Mark Brown, Ron Sober

Cost: $179

Offered by Learning & Professional Development