Performance Management: Objective setting for NEW MANAGERS
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- ensure your teams are crystal clear on the results expected of them.
- how to use S.M.A.R.T. objectives for maximum performance management benefit
- how to avoid the standards trap
- How to create a simple 1 page plan to give focus and clarity to a team
- Be a new manager, or someone aspiring to become a manager.
If you want to get the best out of your team - working with high quality performance objectives is key.
The ability to use performance objectives to provide focus and clarity for your team is one of the foundations of effective management.
This short course will step new (and experienced) managers through the objective setting process.
It will highlight the common traps that even more experienced managers fall into and help you avoid them.
It will enable new managers to hit the objectives deck running.
Applying powerful performance objectives and skills dramatically increase the probability you will:
- manage a best performing team
- manage a team that know what is expected of them
- manage a team that delivers on its objectives and gets results.
The principles are important, but the execution critical.
The course is short and focused so you can refresh your thinking whenever you find yourself agreeing new objectives with team members.
Think of it as a pocket coach. Something you can access quickly and easily whenever you need to.
- Anyone who is new to management
- Existing managers who wish to refresh and quality check their objective setting skills
- People who aspire to become a manager
This is why objective setting matters for managers new and old.
Are standards accidentally getting in your way?
S.M.A.R.T. is a tried and tested, classic approach to objective setting, yet doing it well still proves challenging for many managers.