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The Performance Management training course through Gits Academy is designed for those who manage the day-to-day performance of employees. This course will help to delegates with the skills and techniques to ensure that employees perform to the best of their abilities.

This course will bring regularity in applying performance management within the business, helping team leaders and managers to recognise their role and contribution to effectively and efficiently manage performance.

Performance Management Corporate Training provided by GITS Academy helps participant to

  • Understand the points of execution of performance management.
  • Identify what are the acceptable standards of performance.
  • Understand and how to manage the performance of the ‘star’, the ‘plodder’, the ‘peaked’ and the ‘poor’ employee.
  • Shared a typical understanding on how performance management frameworks can be adequately used to raise the performance of people and groups
  • Enhanced their abilities in setting clear desires and objectively measuring individual performance utilizing targets and skills as key measures
  • Identified and practised some performance management systems and strategies to improve the performance and inspiration in failing to meet expectations and high performing members

Who Should Attend Performance Management Skill Training?

The performance management training is designed to offer, aimed at line managers who are responsible for managing the performance and conduct of staff/employees.

Performance Management Training Course Content

  • responsibility for getting the best results from staff
  • performance not personality
  • structuring expectations
  • importance of planning
  • considering the circumstances
  • the skills needed
  • understanding the skills
  • assessing the skills
  • setting the standards
  • SMART objectives
  • team and individual objectives
  • Approaches for managing the performance of the four types of employee – the ‘star’, the ‘plodder’, the ‘peaked’ and the ‘poor’
  • In addition, managing the performance of those who think they are brilliant but who actually are mediocre!
  • the role of the leader
  • attributes of a leader
  • maintaining authority and respect
  • leadership styles
  • achieving results through others
  • improving individual performance
  • motivation factors
  • motivational techniques
  • practical steps in motivation
  • different people with different needs
  • the value of ongoing performance management
  • evaluating progress and achievement
  • maintaining flexibility to business change
  • recognising and closing performance gaps
  • revising standards
  • the role of coaching in performance management
  • adapting your style
  • organisational alignment
  • making skilled interventions
  • giving constructive feedback and praise
  • link to appraisals
June 17, 2017
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