HR training presentations:
Performance Management

Course ID: ExtHR 280

Performance management is key to staff success and achieving organizational goals. It is an on-going communication process between supervisors and employees that includes establishing performance standards, utilizing effective feedback, and establishing a plan for setting and achieving goals.

- List the four steps in Performance Management.
- Write realistic and appropriate performance standards using measurable criteria.
- Provide factual and constructive feedback regarding significant performance events using the SBI
(situation, behavior, impact) model.
- Prepare for and conduct a formal performance evaluation.

Evaluation method: Survey attendees for impact on work environment two to four weeks after the training.

Expectation for participants: Participants will participate in activities and discussions in the session.

Target audience: All MU Extension Employees

Instructional length: 3 hours

Facilitator(s): Megan Martin, Training/Development Coordinator, Human Resources, MU Extension

Date(s): Presented upon request to groups of 10 or more

Delivery mode: Face to face, work sheets

Location: Presented at the location of the groups request

Max enrollment: 35 (if enrollment needs to be more, discuss with presenter)