Maximising employee performance ensures that resources are used effectively, increasing the likelihood of meeting organisational goals. Further, there is an established link between a well-motivated workforce and company success – and here again the manager’s role is pivotal.
Even better, a ‘High Performance’ culture brings benefits to individuals too, who will be clearer about direction and opportunity at work, and will have a better sense of their own contribution to company success.
1 ½ day
By the end of the training participants will
- understand a manager’s role in managing performance
- be able to use the High Performance model to structure their management style, avert difficulties and overcome problems, by
- Setting clear Objectives
- Enabling colleagues to succeed
- Giving feedback & support
- Providing reward & recognition
- know how to motivate others through a heightened awareness of MBTI Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) preference types (own and others’)
- be skilled at setting and running Personal Development Plans and regular one-to-ones
- be able to coach their team using accessible coaching and mentoring models
- have been invited to a follow-up executive mentoring session to help put the training into practice in the workplace