HRinIndia Announces Managing Performance Workshop on 25th March
An One Day Workshop on March 25 , 2006 on
Team Performance – Enhancing Managerial Effectiveness
At Hotel Chancery
In the highly volatile, high growth industrial environment, young talent has high aspirations and therefore is very demanding. Every body expects recognition, quick growth, continuous value addition thro quality work and learning opportunities. They are willing to stretch, make several personal sacrifices to realize their ambitions thereby making continuous demands on the organisation, most of it through the manager.
This necessitates setting right expectations, putting the right metrics in place to evaluate performance & reward and ability to channelise energies productively for mutual benefit. The other critical factors in Performance Management are the ability to confront situations, provide constant feedback, effective coaching to enable performance & growth. Since all employees are not equal and bring different value it is important that a manager learns to differentiate performance. This would mean manage not only the great performers but also poor performers & misfits in the system as well as employees who would be average but manage the grind. Not managing performance well, has been one of the major contributors to attrition.
Hence the ability to manage performance is getting increasingly critical & is almost becoming a defining element in a manager's capability. The workshop is aimed at enhancing the effectiveness of this dimension with focus on practical application.
1. Understand and appreciate the current context of Performance Management System and its implications.
2. Facilitate learning of the goal setting process; understand the role of employees, appraisers, reviews
3. To examine various challenges associated in the appraisal process and learn to deal with them effectively.
4. To enhance the quality of performance review discussions,enable provision of effective feedback & coaching.
§ Brief introduction to Performance Management Systems:
objectives & role of HR Department, role of line managers, review mechanisms etc.
§ Performance Planning/Goal Setting : Defining the Key Result Areas, Goals and setting SMART objectives.
§ Performance Analysis, review and feedback: Issues related to evaluation of performance, giving feedback and reducing biases in appraisals.
§ .Development dialogues and discussion for growth: linkage of performance to competencies and , career development.
§ An interesting mix of conceptual inputs, case lets,experiential learning and group work with discussions.
§ Use of specific role-plays on performance planning & review discussions based on availability of time.
Workshop primarily focuses on enhancing skills of people managers in organizations; program would be ideally suited for Line
Managers from IT/ITES/Manufacturing and Service Organizations.
Pre and Post Programme Work
§ Each participant would be required to share the challenges they're facing in the area of performance management as well as the expectations they have from the workshop 2 weeks prior to the workshop.
§ After the workshop the participants could get required advice/guidance for next four weeks over the email.
1. Shrihari Udupa, Sr Director-HR , Oracle India A Post Graduate in Personnel Mgt & IR from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Udupa has more than two half decades of experience in the field of HR. Udupa has worked in a wide variety of industries in IT,Energy/Infrastructure, Engineering and manufacturing. He has prior to joining oracle worked at Widia India, Tube Investments of India (Murugappa group) and Wartsila NSD India in senior HR Management positions. In addition Udupa has been active in many industry bodies,professional forums and academic institutions. Udupa has extensively worked in the areas of Strategic HR,Performance Mgmt, competency, management and leadership development,employee relations and communication and compensation & benefits etc.
Dr Gopal Mahapatra , Director-Orgn & Talent Dev, Oracle India
Dr Gopal is a Post-Graduate in Personnel Management & IR followed by Ph D (Fellow Programmed in Mgt) from IIM-Bangalore.
Prior to joining Oracle India, he worked with TVRLS, and in the HR departments at BPL,Gujarat Gas, INDAL, BEL. In the initial years, he was an Associate Professor(HRM), XIM- Bhubaneswar. In addition to presenting papers in National & International Conferences, publishing articles, he has co-edited the book on 360-Degree Feedback and Performance Management Systems.
Note: Both the Facilitators have worked extensively and conductd several programs in the area of performance management.
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