This course is in Greek.
Managing staff performance is a widely used human resource management practice whose main purpose is to measure performance through an assessment based on the employee's performance as well his/her potential for progress and development. Specifically, it consists of a process of identifying and recording the employee's performance in relation to the requirements of the job for which he/she is intended. An good staff evaluation and performance management approach aims at the effective, objective and systematic evaluation of staff through the assessment of the employees' skills required to in order to:
Additionally, this approach can provide a valuable measure and criterion that can be used for the purpose of promoting or changing of positions within the organization.
In the post-crisis era, many organizations have begun to question their existing performance management systems and have made major revisions/changes/installations of new systems. These are based on current trends, surveys and good practices that derive from many years of using such systems. Consequently, all those involved in the implementation of such an evaluation should acquire or develop the knowledge and skills required, so that they can not only implement it properly, but can also make a constructive contribution in its correct application where it concerns their own responsibilities or their own department.
It is imperative that executives become educated on the proper establishment and application of holistic systems for performance management. This course will provide participants with the appropriate knowledge and tools as well as current best practices to implement the performance management system in their organization in order to enhance the proficiency and competencies of their staff and improve their efficiency and productivity.
The course aims to provide the appropriate knowledge and skills to staff as well as to senior/supervisory personnel, for the proper and effective assessment of the employees of an organization.
The main objectives of the course for the participants are:
The course is addressed to:
Human Resources Executives, Senior Executives, Department Heads, Supervisors and all those involved in formulating and implementing performance management systems.
This course can be offered in-house, customised to your business needs.
1. Assessment centres
2. Cognitive tests
3. Structured interview
4. Personality tests
5. Work samples and simulations
6. Behaviourally anchored rating scales (BARS)
7. Management by Objectives method
Stage 1: Prepare for the assessment meeting
Stage 2: During the meeting
Stage 3: After the assessment session
Sources and procedures for recognizing needs:
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Anna is the founder of KESEA, a boutique consulting company based in Nicosia, providing professional services to clients, to assist them in meeting their challenges. She is an expert in connecting HR processes to business results through qualitative and quantitative methods, by combining her twenty+ years of experience, along with her academic knowledge and background. She has successfully led teams for over 150 projects, relating to the wider spectrum of organization and HR, as a Project Manager and by applying the PMI methodology. Anna is an energetic and innovative corporate trainer, speaker and workshop facilitator who leverages years of management and consulting experience and training, to help participants achieve their goals and reach new levels of performance. Her courses are specifically designed to provide best practices and techniques which participants can apply immediately in the workplace.
She holds a MBA from the USA with a specialization in HR, and a MPA from Cyprus. She is a certified Project Management Professional (Project Management Institute, USA).
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