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Executive Development Center

Performance Management

On demand
Online
USD 699
Sep 24—Nov 12, 2019
8 daysModules info
Smithfield, Rhode Island, United States
USD 699
USD 87 per day

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Description

Performance Management is a critical factor in business success. It is the process of ensuring that what people do at work supports the goals and values of the larger organization and contributes to the bottom-line: profitability and productivity.

Human resources professionals and managers responsible for implementing or managing performance management/planning will benefit from this course.

A comprehensive overview of the performance management process will be outlined with a dedicated focus on enhancing subject matter knowledge, skills, and building practical application of course materials into business scenarios.

2.4 CEUs

Key Topics

  • Organizational approaches to performance management; types of appraisal programs
  • Implementing and managing performance management program guides, systems, tools, and training
  • Performance evaluation including documenting performance and planning/writing the performance appraisal
  • Linking performance to traditional financial and non-financial incentives
ICTD International Centre for Training and Development

Managing Your Human Resources for Best Performance

Next dates

Oct 20—24, 2019
5 days
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
USD 3300
USD 660 per day

Description

Managing Human Capital has been specifically designed to teach practical skills for the student who seeks to manage others and his or her own career with optimal effectiveness. Students who believe they will need to effectively manage other people to produce increased value should take this course. In the initial stages of the course, we will cover best practices in the design of processes like recruiting, performance-evaluation, succession planning, and compensation systems; how to develop people, manage workforce reductions, and have difficult conversations; and how to manage organization, team, and individual change. In the latter part of the course, students will learn how to develop as a professional, navigate the transition to general manager, and evaluate career and life choices effectively.

The instructor believes that the management of human assets has the potential to be the source of competitive advantage in high performance organizations. Due to rapidly changing demographics, technologies, mergers, alliances, and increased global competition, the processes of managing human capital are becoming more central to effective organization practices and outcomes.

Course Objectives

With the help of this Course, Delegates will be able to:

  • To define essential HR functions for achievement of corporate goals
  • To meet essential staffing requirements and ideal profiles for vacant appointments
  • To learn alternative staff selection processes and performance appraisal systems
  • To understand the methodology for analysis of training needs and economic training delivery
  • To generate higher employee performance using financial incentives

Course Outline

Overview of HR Management

  • Corporate and strategic functioning
  • Operational and tactical functioning
  • Maximizing your human capital

Staff Appraisal Systems

  • Performance appraisal objectives
  • Alternative appraisal methodologies
  • Effective and ineffective appraisals
  • Rewards linked with performances
  • Corporate and strategic functioning

Performance Management

  • Assessing work performance levels
  • Setting realistic objectives and targets
  • Monitoring and review processes

Staff Recruitment and Selection

  • Benefits of effective recruitment
  • Recruitment and selection processes
  • Use of Psychometric evaluation
  • Recruit induction and orientation

Training and Development

  • Training and development strategy
  • Analysis of training needs
  • Cost-effective training delivery
  • Skills transfer to the workplace

Course Methodology

A variety of methodologies will be used during the course that includes:

  • (30%) Based on Case Studies
  • (30%) Techniques
  • (30%) Role Play
  • (10%) Concepts
  • Pre-test and Post-test
  • Variety of Learning Methods
  • Lectures
  • Case Studies and Self Questionaires
  • Group Work
  • Discussion
  • Presentation

Who should attend

Senior and intermediate grade HR managers with staff responsibilities for whole or part of the HR function; Line managers concerned with the development of their subordinates to meet contemporary challenges

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