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Tying Performance Review Feedback and Learning

Topic:
Tying Performance Review Feedback and Learning
Date:
November 15, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
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Description
Second only to firing an employee, managers rate performance appraisals as the task they dislike the most. Employees often dread performance reviews. Rather than motivating employees to excel, often the review process can be a demoralizing experience that can lead to poor morale and lower productivity. If done correctly performance reviews can inspire improvement and foster growth both professionally and personally when linked to learning and career aspirations. Once the review process is complete, the path to transitioning feedback to an actionable Development Plan is not always clear, potentially making the performance review process a waste of time and energy for managers and employees alike.

This webinar will present practical tips on how to take the pain out of performance reviews and make the review cycle more productive and motivating to the employee and achieve organizational goals. You will hear best practices on how to link performance reviews and learning as well as achieve the goal of enhancing employee performance and engagement.

The content of this webinar is designed for HR professionals, managers and talent leaders of private, corporate, non-profit, educational or governmental institutions who want to learn how to enhance their performance review process and engage employees through development.

Join us on Thursday, November 15 at 12:00 p.m. PT/3:00 p.m. ET for this Cornerstone OnDemand sponsored webinar, presented by thought leader, Beverly L. Weise, President of Leadership Talent Solutions.

Key takeaways:

• Essential elements of a Performance Review Process
• Top 5 rules for giving performance feedback that will increase the likelihood for positive change
• Appreciative Inquiry questions to ask your employees to accelerate learning and self-discovery
• A methodology to assess performance gaps that will lead to appropriate, targeted development

Who Should Participate
HR professionals, managers and talent leaders of private, corporate, non-profit, educational or governmental institutions who want to learn how to enhance their performance review process and engage employees through development.
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Recommended Resources
Beausaert, S. A. J., Segers, M. S. R. & Gijselaers, W. H. (2011). Using a Personal Development Plan for Different Purposes: Its Influence on Undertaking Learning Activities and Job Performance. Vocations and Learning.
Becker, K., Antaur, N., & Everett, C. (2011). Implementing an Employee Performance Management System in a Nonprofit Organization. Nonprofit Management & Leadership, vol. 21, no. 3, Spring 2011. Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
Culbert, Samuel A. (2010). Get Rid of the Performance Review! How Companies Can Stop Intimidating, Start Managing - and Focus on What Really Matters. Business Plus, Hachette Book Group, N.Y. ISBN 978-0-446-55605-7.
Latham, G. P., Almost, J., Mann, S. & Moore, C. (2005). New Developments in Performance Management. Organizational Dynamics, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp 77-87.
Macaux, William P. (2010). Making the Most of Stretch Assignments. Training & Development. Vol. 64, Issue 6, 48-53.
Pulakos, Elaine D. (2009). Performance Management: A New Approach for Driving Business Results, UK: Blackwell Publishing (John Wiley & Sons Ltd.).
Zenger, John H. and Folkman, Joseph R. (2011). Making Yourself Indispensible. Harvard Business Review. October 2011, 85-92.
Categories
Benefits
Compensation
Human Resources Management
Staffing and Recruitment
Training and Development
Leadership
Organizational Development
Performance Management
Organizational Diagnosis
Evaluations
Integrated Talent Management
Technology Enabled Learning
Performance Reviews
What You Will Learn
  • Essential elements of a Performance Review Process
  • Top 5 rules for giving performance feedback that will increase the likelihood for positive change
  • Appreciative Inquiry questions to ask your employees to accelerate learning and self-discovery
  • A methodology to assess performance gaps that will lead to appropriate, targeted development
Sponsored by
Cornerstone OnDemand
Cornerstone OnDemand
Cornerstone OnDemand is a leading global provider of a comprehensive learning and talent management solution delivered as Software-as-a-Service.
Presented by
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Beverly L. Weise M.B.A.
Leadership Talent Solutions

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