Peak Performance: Tools to

Manage Performance

Are you a leader struggling to manage low-performers or recognise high-performers? From setting clear expectations to providing constructive feedback, you will learn proven techniques to drive accountability, foster growth, and cultivate a culture of excellence.

Mastering 

Performance Management

In our workshop, you will gain the essential skills and strategies needed to effectively manage and maximize your team's performance.

Managing performance can be a daunting task, especially for new managers or those in recently formed teams, where expectations are unclear or there's a high degree of uncertainty.

We'll help you make objective evaluations, create performance matrices, and improve communication with your team.

What You'll Learn

1

Objective performance assessment

Performance is an emotional topic. Learn how to separate that emotion from the situation and assess performance objectively.


2

Develop a performance matrix

Discover a versatile framework applicable to any team and situation. Understand internal and external metrics of performance and develop a performance matrix for your team.


3

Effective communication strategies

Master effective communication techniques that facilitate clear and constructive feedback delivery.


4

Actionable improvement plans

Create comprehensive plans that align seamlessly with your performance assessments and team objectives.


An example of Who Should Attend:

  • Supervisors of Newly Formed Teams
    Enhance team cohesion and productivity by learning to assess and improve performance effectively in a newly formed team environment.
  • Entry-Level Managers
    Develop essential performance management skills to set expectations, provide feedback, and support team growth.
  • Human Resources Professionals
    Gain advanced performance management skills to boost organizational performance and employee development.

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