Performance management fundamentally involves recognising any obstacles in the path to good employee performance. Subsequently, performance managers must identify which organisational practices contribute to these obstacles, and which could work to eliminate them.
Performance management involves a series of processes designed to influence employee behaviour to support business outcomes and recognise individual needs. Key elements of performance management strategies might include:
Clearly defining individual roles and responsibilities of employees, and regularly discussing measurable expectations and goals.
Supervising employees, and reinforcing or re-directing their efforts through recognition and feedback.
Performance management systems can take various forms; and are often redesigned, re-launched and abandoned on numerous occasions within an organisation.
An understanding of the relevant components of performance management (and their importance) will help to successfully use performance management as an effective business tool.
Essentially, the key to a valuable performance management system is to ensure all staff commit to the system, as opposed to merely comply with isolated conditions and protocols.Contact Us
Workplace Wizards assists employers to proactively institute performance management strategies or can help organisations who are managing poor performance or defending dismissal-related claims.
Sadly, performance management does not correct the problem behaviour or conduct every time. If so, we can help you ‘move on’ the employee whom you need to dismiss – ensuring you manage it in a fair, empathetic and legally-defensible manner.
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