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Managing Expectations & Goal Setting

Topic:
Managing Expectations & Goal Setting
Date:
December 13, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Scott Lockhart, HR Consultant(Human Resource ROI, LLC)
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Description
Managing expectations in the workplace is crucial to the success of any organization, department, supervisor, or individual. One of the most common reasons for low employee morale or poor performance is the lack of communicating clear expectations. Discover when and how to communicate clear expectations and goals during the interview process to validate your candidate selection criteria. You will learn how to reinforce those expectations on their first day of employment and beyond. Understand the true meaning of performance management as it relates to your organization. Comprehend the importance of organizational, departmental, and individual goal alignment and integration within your organization or work team. Identify the various performance accountability measures within your organization or department to monitor individual or team performance. Use the SMI approach to set, monitor, and influence the overall performance management process. Recognize the performance monitoring process so you can better influence the potential outcomes by gaining commitment and understanding. The SMI approach will help you set achievable goals, performance measurement tools, and guidance. Find out how performance management can impact employee engagement and satisfaction. Master the art of setting SMART goals for you, your team and/or organization. Determine how to use the SMART goal approach for setting both professional and personal goals, along with career planning. Recognize the importance of goal alignment by using the SMART approach from the top down. Learn why employees must all be in alignment and what happens when goals are not understood, agreed upon, or managed properly. Discover how important communication is in the performance management process.
Who Should Participate
  • Business Leaders
  • Directors
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Team Leaders and Human Resource Professionals
  • What You Will Learn
  • Discover how to communicate clear expectations and goals during the interview process to validate your candidate selection criteria
  • You will learn how to reinforce those expectations on their first day of employment
  • Learn the process of setting SMART goals in your organization
  • Recommended Resources
    Goals! How to Get Everything You Want--Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible by Brian Tracy Setting Goals (Pocket Mentor) by Harvard Business School Press
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    Human Resource ROI, LLC

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    Human Resource ROI provides consulting services in human resources, strategic planning, organizational design, project management, process improvement, solutions management, leadership development, regulatory compliance, executive coaching, professio
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    Image of Stacy Esboldt, CSP Stacy Esboldt, CSP
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    "I appreciate that Scott gave specific and in depth examples of how to execute setting up expectations and setting goals. A lot of webinars spend way too much time with statistics instead of the ""how to."" Thank you for giving me tools to utilize in developing my team!" 5 / 5
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