Performance Objectives that Work
This workshop is for London Metropolitan University Staff Only
Managers and supervisors who have responsibility for the performance review and development of their teams.
Why you should attend?
Do you wish you could help your team to set performance and development objectives that inspire and motivate them?
Writing good objectives can seem like a daunting task for many people and it does not need to be! This course simplifies the process and gives you top tips for making it an enjoyable and useful task.
Although writing good work objectives doesn’t always seem easy, it can be a very rewarding task if the objectives are meaningful and achieved. The purpose of this course is to help you feel confident and proficient in both writing meaningful performance and development objectives yourself and in coaching others to do so.
This course will help you:
- write clear performance and development objectives to pinpoint the potential of your people
- support your team members in writing their performance and development objectives
- help you to use “stretch” principles to get people performing at their peak and maximizing their development
- empower people to own their own performance and development going forward
The techniques explored in this workshop will support a range of conversations, including:
- performance review discussions;
- one to one meetings;
- probation meetings;
- informal sickness or conduct meetings.
Performance and Development Objectives that Work is one of the essential bitesize sessions in a series of eight workshops for managers and supervisors.
Other events in this series:
- Leading change resiliently (E)
- Positive questions for performance success (E)
- Performance review, moving forward through feedback (E)
- Behaviour based interviewing skills
- Managing attendance and wellbeing
- Practical coaching skills
- Resolving conflict effectively
Hosted by: Centre4Learning
Before reserving a place on this workshop, it is recommended that you discuss your development needs and how you will apply your learning after the event with your Line Manager.