Annual tick box exercise, or the cornerstone of effective performance management?

For many, the annual performance appraisal meeting is still a dreaded experience for both managers and employees alike. Global insight organisation Willis Towers Watson’s research reported that over half (56%) of companies say that managers lack necessary skills and time to manage performance well.

You might be surprised by the number of clients who grade employees as good / competent when they need further development.

They then wonder why they get grievances raised when they finally start to address under-performance at work.

This course covers: 

  • Purpose and benefits of appraisals
  • Preparing for appraisals and problem areas
  • Structure, performance assessment and setting SMART ‘objectives’

This course is designed for managers who conduct appraisals

This course is typically a half day course (4 hours)

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