The aim of this performance management resource
To show managers how to get staff to perform well on a day-by-day basis, not just following an appraisal.
About the training video
To many managers, managing performance means holding an annual appraisal and little else. In today's modern and highly pressurised workplace, it is all too easy for a manager to forget that their primary responsibility is to get the best out of those they manage on a daily basis.
This easy-to-follow, five-step programme will help managers encourage their people to deliver world class performance. Meet David (IT Manager) and Louise (Marketing Manager) as they find out what managing performance really means. David is laid back, too friendly, lacks consistency and is unclear about what he wants and expects as a manger. In contrast, Louise is highly organised but does not involve her team through collaboration. As a result her team members do not develop as they should.
Both David and Louise learn an easy process which goes beyond the appraisal, and begin to put this into practice. As a result, they start to see real benefits - both to the performance of their teams, and to the output of the project they have been jointly working on.
The key learning outcomes
- Improves peoples performance on a daily basis
- People will be better utilised and more motivated
- Will develop management skills to an extremely high standard
All Video Arts e-learning courses come embedded with our award-winning video: so your people are more likely to engage in the training and retain the messages. This two-hour course can be taken in bite-sized chunks and is designed to let your employees dip in and out for self-paced learning.
- What is performance management?
- The 5Cs
- Your management style
- Putting it all into practice
- Action plan
- Knowledge check