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Is Your Performance Management System Performing?

Topic:
Is Your Performance Management System Performing?
Date:
May 7, 2012 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Kathy Coughlin, Owner(Team HR)
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Description
Does your company handbook say you conduct performance evaluations annually – every six months – during the probationary period? A more important question is does your performance management system give you a solid return on investment?

Research has shown organizations that have a quality performance management system that is in sync with the company’s mission, vision, values and goals have a return on investment of over 390%! [From “Corporate Culture and Performance,” John P. Kotter and James L. Heskett]. This Webinar presentation will help you to assess your current performance evaluation system, improve it to meet your company’s goals and gain a competitive edge with similar companies to yours.

Companies that do not have a performance management system can learn how to design and implement an effective system to meet company goals and improve your bottom line. This workshop provides credible case research studies that demonstrate what can be accomplished when a qualified system is implemented.

Establishing a company performance management system is a significant undertaking both in time and financial cost. Work today requires more knowledge and skills than ever before. It is more important than ever for organizations to optimize the way they evaluate and develop their workforce and get a positive return on their investment.

If you have been thinking about improving your current performance evaluations or starting a new system but do not know where to begin, this workshop is what you need. It will provide you with the guidelines of who should be involved in designing a successful system, what standards of performance to use and how to measure those standards.
Who Should Participate
- HR Director/Manager - Employee Relations Manager - HR Generalist
What You Will Learn
- How to link your company’s strategic plan to a performance management system - Different forms of performance measurement and what works best for your organization - How to get engage all in a performance management system - Critical success factors to an effective performance management system
Recommended Resources
1. Brookings Institution analysis of S&P500 companies (2000) 2. Harvard Business School Press , The strategy-focused organization(2001) 3. WorldatWork Journal, Current performance management practices (2003) 4. The Free Press, Corporate culture and performance (1992) 5. Harvard Business School Press, The HR scorecard: Linking people strategy and performance (2001) 6. The Towers Perrin talent report (2003) 7. Journal of Organizational Excellence, Five years of insight into the world’s most admired companies (2002) 8. Successful Performance Reviews by Ken Lawson, M.A., Ed.M. (2005)
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