Which of these describes your current situation?
- My employees are not meeting job expectations
- I am always reminding my employees what to do
- I am too involved in operations and micromanaging employees?
- I hire qualified employees who deliver in the first month but slowly start dropping the ball
- My revenue is declining
Truth be told, you will find yourself in conflicts with your employees once a while. WHY? Because you hired an employee who over-promised on their skills. Two months into the job, you realize they are not what they promised. The employee delivers a mere 10%.
I understand that it’s easy to get frustrated. Hiring and firing employees is not an easy job, and it is not a cheap one at that. When you hire someone, you want to be sure that the investment, effort, and time you have made will be worth it.
Running a business is already hard work, but when the frustrations of dealing with non-performing employees are included, you can easily give up on the company. On this side you have high staff turnover and on the other, you have clients questioning your ability to deliver.
What is the solution to low employee performance?
When I started my business eight years ago, one significant challenge I wanted to help business owners and cooperates overcome is the headache of dealing with non-performing employees.
But I have also realized a gap exists. You may get a good employee, but you are unable to utilize their capability to the maximum and measure their performance. Both of which will hurt your business if the problem is not present already.
Hiring employees and measuring their performance does not have to be such a task. There are management tools and strategies you can use to judge who is overpromising and likely to deliver. Or who is honest about their skills, and who may be skilled but lacks confidence.
Measuring your employee’s performance enables you to know if your business is losing money on a bad hire or making profits and expanding courtesy of a good employee.
Which makes it important for you to learn these tools and to use them in growing your business.
The Performance Management Course Is For You Who Wants To Learn
- How to accurately judge and reward performance
- What motivates star employees – (money accounts for only 30%)
- How to stop micromanaging and focus on the bigger picture
- Ways to increase employee’s productivity and improve organization financial performance
- Emotional intelligence for leaders
- How to set performance expectations from day one and ensure consistency
- How to deal with ‘good’ and ‘bad’ performers
- Different ways of documenting performance
- How to hire the right person for the right job
- Practical ways of providing performance feedback to employees
- Performance management appraisal tools and templates
What You Stand To Gain
By the end of this course you will learn;
- The performance management process
- Why you should hire slow and fire fast
- How to set the expectation in the first 100 days for a new employee
- How to build trust, motivation, and commitment from your employees
- 7 Performance management tools and templates that you can customize for your organization.
- The art of effective delegation
- Setting doable goals for each individual
- How to set boundaries while avoiding conflict
- Dealing with difficult or tricky employees
- Dealing with other people’s difficulties
- Giving effective feedback
- How to avoid escalating problems
- How to recognize and reward good performers
- The legal way to fire an employee because of poor performance
Who should attend performance management training
- Business owners
- Managers or Supervisors
- Employees that supervise other employees
You want to improve organizational performance, employee retention and loyalty, and productivity. You also want to ensure efficiency and consistency in employee performance, thereby, save time and reduce workplace conflict.
Next Step: Join the Employee Performance Management System Course
Join by filling out the form below. When you sign up for the course, you will receive a call from our business advisor to understand your needs better and share more information about the course. See you in the next class.