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The Art & Science of Performance Management: Motivating Human Being 3.0

Topic:
The Art & Science of Performance Management: Motivating Human Being 3.0
Date:
May 7, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Christina Haxton, Executive Coach, Leadership Consultant & Author(Christina Haxton, Sustainable Leadership, Inc.)
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Description

The Art & Science of Performance Management: How to inspire and engage today's workforce

What if your company archived the words "Performance Management" and "Annual Review" and like the word "icebox" they too became extinct?

Maybe it's about time. Here's why:

Building a high performing organization requires both skill and talent when it comes to the human part of the success equation.

What motivates and inspires high performers who are paid to think and are made up of a highly diverse and bright workforce may surprise you!

Common sense tells us using "a longer whip and a sharper spur" doesn't result in motivation and loyalty -- just resentment and employees who are not engaged. An actively disengaged or unengaged workforce leads to your employees stealing your pens and post-its. On top of this, the stress felt by everyone, including the engaged team member, then results in high absenteeism and unprecedented turnover. The bottom line is there is a negative effect on your bottom line!

News Flash: Recent studies by brain scientists studying motivation also tell us that reward (yes reward) can be de-motivating. How performance reviews are structured and how supervisors and managers offer "feedback" to change behavior and improve performance is often ineffective and de-motivating.

What's an HR Director to do? Attend this workshop!

If you are an HR Director or leader at any level, you already understand your people are your greatest asset. Now it's time to upgrade our approach to motivating Human Beings 3.0 from the field of brain science, at the intersection of communication, emotion and motivation.
Who Should Participate
  • HR Directors
  • Managers
  • Senior Managers
  • Executives
What You Will Learn
In this workshop you will learn:

A practical (and fun!) understanding of the brain science behind motivation so you can inspire accountability, initiative and creativity in formal performance reviews (or everyday conversations) with your team!

7 Lizard Brain words you must always avoid during a performance review (especially with negative or difficult people)

Discover why "Feedback" is a 4 Letter Word: How to conduct solution-focused performance reviews that inspire action

Learn 3 simple, yet incredibly effective, non-verbal strategies to communicate with ease and confidence, (especially in a high-conflict or confrontational situation)

Get 3 Easy(and FREE) tools you (and your supervisors and managers) can use immediately to help your team to feel happier, engaged and satisfied – and really love their job!  

Recommended Resources
3 Simple Steps to Manage Lizard Brain & Turn Conflict into Consensus http://sustainable-leaders.com/3-simple-steps-to-manage-lizard-brain-turn-team-conflict-into-consensus/ Click here

Articles, Free video & Practical Tools: Sustainable Leader's Neuroscience of Leadership http://sustainable-leaders.com/news-ideas/ Click here

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Leadership
Performance Management
Culture
Motivation
PM Metrics
Job Description
Competencies
PM Retention
Cascading Goals
360 Feedback
Global Leadership
Career Management
Leading Others
Leading Change
Empowerment
Leadership Training and Development
Mentoring
Action Learning
Executive Coaching
Train Your Leaders
Rewards and Recognition
Integrated Talent Management
Performance Reviews
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Christina Haxton, Sustainable Leadership, Inc.

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