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Companies rarely perform well when their employees do not perform at their best. It is essential to have well designed and managed performance management approach that gives the manager and employee the opportunity for feedback, formally recognise success and eliminate problems holding the employee back.
An effective approach will address five core elements that align employees to meaningfully deliver the strategic priorities of company.
We can provide a range of services to ensure the effective operation of your performance management process:
Any system must recognise and fit within the strategic context of the organisation to ensure the productivity of each employee is aligned to achieving the vision, mission, and strategy. We can help you achieve this in your organisation.
Source: Bersin by Deloitte, 2011
We support organisations to design, develop, manage and evaluate comprehensive performance management frameworks, processes and tools. We can also review all or part of your existing framework and recommend changes that align it with best practice.
The effectiveness of performance management depends on the capability of line managers. Whilst some managers have the competence to get the best performance from employees, others have not received the necessary training and development.
We can design a workshop specifically for your company or we have a wide range of management and leadership programmes that will lift the capability of your managers to manage performance that covers:
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