Planning Successful Employee Performance

 

Program Features

  • Objective: Establish and Communicate Performance Expectations
  • Program Length: Half-Day
  • Learning Track: Leadership

For employees to achieve their maximum potential, managers and supervisors must effectively establish and communicate performance expectations. Through Planning Successful Employee Performance, participants learn the process and acquire the tools needed to create mutually acceptable employee performance plans that are based on workgroup objectives and tactics and linked to the organization's Performance Scorecard.

Skill-Based Program Content

  • Connecting critical input from organizational strategic plans—including top-level Performance Scorecards—workgroup, market, and developmental areas and incorporating this information into Individual Performance Plans and Performance Scorecards
  • Communicating inputs to employees and other associates to gain support, provide explanation, and clarify expectations
  • Drafting Individual Performance Plans including position descriptions, individual scorecards, and performance action plans
  • Finalizing Individual Performance Plans in one-to-one meetings with employees to negotiate mutual agreement on objectives, actions, and measures of success

Facilitator Kit

Our easy-to-use Facilitator Kit provides internal trainers and consultants with step-by-step instructions, comprehensive program content, and all the tools needed to conduct successful and highly-interactive training sessions. This kit includes the materials listed below and must be purchased to order Participant Kits:

  • Facilitator Guide
  • PowerPoint® Presentation (CD or E-Mail Attachment)
  • Online Tools (CD or E-Mail Attachment)
  • Participant Kit

Participant Kit*

Each Participant Kit contains learning materials, references, and user-friendly tools that can be put to use immediately on the job, including:

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