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BPP University Manchester

2nd Floor, St James's Building

79 Oxford Street

Manchester

M1 6FQ

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However you look at it, how we currently appraise and measure people is broken; few look forward to the event; few gain from it and research show that those who come out as being the company’s best performers are (in 66% of cases) not actually the best. As one guru has stated appraisals are an “expensive and complex way of making people feel unhappy.”

Yet measuring our people feels right, we are measured from an early age and so expect to have that continue when we move into business. Our staff want feedback and want to improve; business has a vested interest in making this happen and yet all too often the current process singularly fails to deliver. How can we square this circle?

  • This seminar will consider all of this, looking at:
  • The historical context – quite how did we end up where we are?
  • Why the current system fails
  • What are we actually trying to achieve
  • A plan, with simple defined steps on what you can tangibly do to make it better

By the end of the session, you will have the insight on how to enable appraisals to be your competitive advantage.

This insightful seminar is led by Russell Beck, Impellam Group's Head of Consulting.

Refreshments will be available from 9:00am. This seminar will start at 9:45am. There will be time at the end of this session for networking and a Q&A session.

This session is a multi-branded seminar with other Impellam brands including SRG, Chadwick Nott and Tate.

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