How to manage performance in your business
 

At SFA, we’re here to help you create time for things that can make a real difference to your business, like developing management capacity and other skills for you and your staff.

 

Performance management is the next course available in our ‘Training that counts’ suite. All programmes are delivered by expert trainers with many years of industry experience.

 

Performance Management

 

This programme will help managers to run the appraisal interview and process within their own organisations. The programme will give managers the confidence to deal with challenging behaviour and performance-related issues while getting the best from those who are performing well.

 

Programme Outcomes:

 

On completion of this programme, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the components of an effective appraisal system
  • Implement the core elements of practical appraisal documentation
  • Know how to conduct an appraisal interview and the effective management of each element
  • Develop the key skills needed to run an appraisal interview with a range of people performing at different levels 

 

Date: 27 April (one-day course)

Time: 8:30am-3:30pm 

Venue: SFA/Ibec offices, 84-86 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2

Cost: €220 (SFA member rate)

 

Book here

 

If you would like any more information, please contact Quelba Lima in the Ibec Training Unit on quelba.lima@ibec.ie or 01 605 1619.

 

 

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