Performance management is an organized way to monitor work, track and evaluate performance to determine the level of employee goal achievement. This information helps you, the manager make decisions about your employees, allocate organizational resources and discuss how well goals have been achieved. Performance Management is an ongoing cycle that begins as soon as an employee is hired. When done successfully, performance management includes input and action from both the manager and the employee.
This topic is completed in two sessions. Participation is most beneficial when sessions are completed sequentially.
This session covers the third phase of the Performance Management Cycle, Assessing Employee Performance. Assessing performance includes compiling documentation to write and deliver a formal employee appraisal. Throughout this session, strategies and best practices are shared on how to prepare for and deliver the appraisal. As a group, managers have the opportunity to share their own successes and challenges within this phase.
Seats in these sessions are limited to managers who have direct reports.
This session is facilitated by RIT's Human Resource Department