Performance Management PowerPoint
- Recognize you strengths and weaknesses relating to coaching or counseling others when performance is not up to expectations
- Apply transactional analysis as a way of understanding and influencing communications in poor performance situations
- Utilize questioning and listening skills to handle poor performance positively
- Communicate assertively when dealing with poor performance
- Describe the main issues and risks when initiating disciplinary and dismissal procedures.
- Apply formal disciplinary processes reasonably and fairly
Then this 50-slide fully scripted PowerPoint on Performance Management may be just what you need to hold an interactive session with a group of people on this topic.
This is a workshop to help individuals who want to learn more about handling mediocre or poor performance at the earliest possible stages (and before it has deteriorated too far). The workshop therefore primarily seeks to help people looking to intervene or coach people more effectively when their performance is below an acceptable standard. (Click here to see a sample of this Performance Management PPT.)
It would be an ideal world (and a naive expectation of managers) to have all employees arrive at work on time every day, with a positive attitude, a strong willingness to work, and a commitment to earn their upkeep. Unfortunately, in the real world, there are always employees (even if they are in the minority) who are undisciplined, incompetent or committed to getting the most and giving the least. This happens despite our best efforts in selecting and training employees. Hence, it is sometimes necessary for a manager to intervene when performance standards have not been met. This PowerPoint deals with how to coach/counsel and guide employees in a positive, constructive manner, avoiding, wherever possible, the need to take formal disciplinary action.