Management Center's Maximizing Individual and Organizational Success through Performance Management
Thursday, March 7, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)
White Plains, NY
This half-day workshop will focus why effective performance management is the key to maximizing individual and organizational productivity. Learn what the elements of an exemplary performance management process are, how to establish measurable performance expectations, and how to deliver effective constructive, performance feedback.
Topics to be discussed:
• The performance management process
• Creating individual and organizational alignment
• Establishing performance expectations and accountability
• Evaluating performance
• Providing performance feedback
Who should attend:
Executive directors, program managers, and supervisors. Limit to 20.
Robert Lazer, PhD, Director for Organizational Learning and Development at Pace University. With 35 years of global human resources experience, he has managed strategic human resources activities in industries including non-profits, healthcare, consumer products, transportation and professional services. He has consulted and published on various topics including leadership coaching, organization culture, performance management, succession planning and job search strategies.
He is also an adjunct professor at Pace and Stevens Institute of Technology where he teaches both on-campus and on-line courses in human resources, organizational design and behavior, and project management leadership.
When & Where
United Way of Westchester and Putnam
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