In public agencies, organizational success is directly correlated with individual employee performance. This workshop offers the essential skills of managing day-to-day performance for optimal results. When you effectively manage employee performance you will be able to:
- Boost morale and employee engagement levels
- Reinforce performance that is on target
- Redirect performance that is off the mark
- Bolster employee confidence
- Create a sense of connection for the employee
- Align the organization’s goals with individual employee contributions
Effective performance management is driven by conversations that transform. Are you willing and prepared to lead the discussions that are most critical to your organization’s success? In this interactive and practical seminar, you will gain confidence in leading conversations about performance that make a difference.
By participating in this seminar, you will learn to:
- Initiate and maintain regular, positive communication with employees about work performance
- Establish clear expectations about what performance success looks like
- Prepare for and conduct performance conversations that encourage an exchange of information and produce better results
- Use your organization’s performance management system to effectively summarize and rate employee performance
- Deliver performance evaluations in a way that is meaningful to you, the employee, and the organization
Dustin Jackson is an expert in organizational transformations with a Masters in Human Relations, a Bachelor's degree in Global Management and Leadership, and is currently working on his Doctorate in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
Dustin has been working in the organizational transformation space for 10 years and is one of a few active Prosci Advanced Certified Instructors in the world. Dustin has worked with many national and local organizations to include Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, American Express, Partners Healthcare, Oracle, and Kroger. More...
Who Should Attend
Seminars provide a unique opportunity for administrators, managers, and leaders from all sectors of government, including federal, state, county, tribal, and local, to learn and develop together.