Arrive at 6:00pm for a 6:30pm start.
Many Managers and employees alike dislike the appraisal process and part of the reason for that is the dreaded 'performance objectives' section. So how do you write amazing objectives and make goal-setting more memorable and worthwhile?
- Why traditional performance appraisal doesn't work
- Thinking about activities and results in a completely different way
- The 'three triggers' that tell you whether an objective is needed
- The five unique steps that show you how to write a more powerful and memorable objective
- Bringing the cliche of SMART to life in a new way!
- Aimed at mid to senior HR practitioners/decision-makers
Paul Marsh - Lightbulb
I started Lightbulb in 2010 after 20 years in the corporate world in various senior operational and HR roles. I was that person who forced people through the traditional, bureaucratic nonsense that is annual appraisal. I can also claim to be a victim, many times over, of management training that could best be described as unmemorable, jargon-laden and full of business models that were difficult to apply to real-life!
We are about no-fluff, step-by-step, practical approaches to people management, development and business performance. A lot of our stuff isn't in textbooks but its not 'gimmicky' either! Just great tools: Life At Work. Made Simple.
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Refreshments including sandwiches will be provided free of charge.
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CIPD Thames Valley Branch
Thames Valley Branch is one of the largest CIPD branches in the country with over 4,300 members across Oxfordshire, Berkshire and North Hampshire.
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