Understanding Performance Management as an HR Professional
- 1.5 hours on-demand video
- 1 downloadable resource
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Define and explain the purpose of Performance Management, especially to managers
- Identify the characteristics and key components of an effective Performance Management process
- Explain the various methods used for performance evaluation
- Set goals using the SMART method
- Use techniques on how to give effective feedback and ways to help management do the same
- Help prepare your managers for a formal review
- Explain trends affecting the process
- Begin research on an appropriate Human Resource Information System
- It may be helpful to understand the basics of human resources (but is not necessary).
Learn how to develop and deploy performance management methods for supporting a strong management team, one that openly communicates with its employees and works to maintain a collaborative environment. Performance management is an on-going, significant aspect of the employment cycle. It's essential for human resources to integrate the right feedback guidelines and principles into their organization's culture. This course is designed for HR professionals by an HR professional. It includes a complete overview of the Performance Management process and its overlap with the employment cycle. It also provides a review on setting performance criteria, developing goals and giving effective feedback. Finally, there's a lesson on annual performance reviews and trends. My mission is to help HR professionals succeed and this course will help you understand the performance management process and how you can implement it in support of your organization.
- Human Resources Professionals
The first lecture will provide a review of course content including objectives.
The class begins with defining Performance Management and why it is important.
It's essential to understand how Performance Management fits into the employment cycle. The lecture provides a review of how they overlap.