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Best Practices in Performance Management

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Kelly Lough Thibault

on 30 July 2013

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Transcript of Best Practices in Performance Management

Engaging Best Practices of Performance Management = Top Production (Organization) & Top Performance (Individual)
Best Practices in Performance Management
Oscar Aparicio
Valerie Chin
Polly Lam
Kelly Lough
Beata Tsatskina
Effective Performance Management
“A method used to measure and improve the effectiveness of people in the workplace.”
WHAT is Performance Management?
Aids in Career Development
Goal Setting
Regular Check-in
Semiannual Formal
Performance Reviews
Feedback/recognition/review not just once or twice a year, but throughout the year
Tracked and stored in one place for managers and employee for easy access
Continuous feedback allows managers to
uncover “blindspots”
More accurate picture of performance throughout the year, not just the most recent of what managers can remember
Feedback and recognition is visible to the company-- employees can see what top performance looks like
("Performance Management: Measure and Improve the Effectiveness of Your Employees," 2006)
"Onboarding is the process of integrating
and acculturating new employees into
the organization and providing them
with the tools, resources, and knowledge
to become successful and productive"
(Hamilton, 2006).
S - Specific
M - Measurable
A - Achievable
R - Realistic
T - Timely
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