Workshop title: Performance Management
1-2-day workshop: Facilitator and 2 actors
Who is it for: Managers with existing experience who wish to further develop their management and leadership skills. Those managers with experience but little formal training in the development of team working.
Number of participants: Max 15 (can be increased with extra resource)
Pre-work: Prepare a case study on a challenge they face in the workshop
Course overview: Many organisations state that: “Our people are our greatest asset” therefore managing their performance is crucial to the success of any business.
This workshop is a practical and challenging way for participants to identify the role of a manager when improving individual and team performance as well as practicing the key skills in a comfortable relaxed environment. A mixture of ‘Forum Theatre’, scenarios created from real case studies, specially written bespoke role- plays, together with established management models and exercises will be used to attack the delegate’s different learning styles.
Participants not only identify tools and techniques to help them manage their teams performance but will also be given the unique opportunity to try them out in realistic situations before taking them back into the workplace. This will give them the confidence to make real changes and improvements.
Develop all the soft skills needed to manage performance effectively
Learn how to coach your team to come up with their own solutions to problems
Know how to give good feedback even when the feedback is developmental
Be able to motivate poor performers as well as challenging high flyers
Be able to coach and develop talent
Post workshop to embed learning: All participants will take part in an e coaching program for 6 weeks after the workshop. This will consist of on the job exercises and suggested self-directed learning to ensure maximum retention of learning
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