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Dealing with Low Performers - Effective Management of your Ineffective Employees

Topic:
Dealing with Low Performers - Effective Management of your Ineffective Employees
Date:
August 22, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Kyle Couch, Vice-President - Talent and Organizational Development(The Beacon Group)
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Description
Every company has them, and every company needs a plan to deal with them - low performers. They often consume a disproportionate amount of a manager's time, and rarely is there a return on this time investment. Therefore a new approach must be utilized, one where the low performers are dealt with, however, at the same time, the manager's time is freed up to deal with the top performer. This new approach is based on common business fundamentals that are often overlooked when it comes to talent management:

- Move at pace – dealing with low performers swiftly sends a strong message to the organization
- Anchor accountability – the low performer must own their future
-       Raise the bar – as the organization improves, new low performers will emerge
-       Build the best – identify your top performers, and focus all time and energy on improving them

In this session, participants will understand how to refocus their efforts by identifying what type of low performers you are dealing with, what the course of action is, and how to shift the responsibility of "next steps" to the low performer themselves. In addition, participants will learn how to effectively take a long term-view of the talent management process to ensure that the focus of the organization and its development initiatives is delivered to the employees whose hard work and commitment deserves it the most. Each organization will always have low performers in their employee population, however, the key is keeping this number as low as possible, all the while striving to raise the levels of performance across the entire orgnaization.

Who Should Participate
Senior Human Resources Professionals, People Leaders, Organizational Development Practitioners, Talent Management Professionals.
What You Will Learn
- Identify which type of low performer you are dealing with - Develop the appropriate strategy for dealing with the low performer - Understand the long-term approach as it relates to talent management.
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