planning exercises related to reinventing the PM system will be completed
during the workshop to prepare you to manage the transformation
in your companyAre you thinking about updating your rank and yank performance review system, but are hesitant regarding where and how to start?
Salem Human Resources Management Association (SHRMA) and Mid-Willamette Human Resources Association (MHRA) invite you to join us for an exciting workshop:
Rethinking Performance Reviews; Managing the Transition towards the New Performance Management Paradigm Workshop
This workshop is intended for HR practitioners and change agents interested in abolishing their performance reviews and replacing them with a performance management (PM) system that fits the new world of work and the worker.
Upon completion of the workshop, participants will have the competencies, tools and techniques to:
*Make the case for change in your organization’s current performance review
*Play a strategic role by taking the lead in the transformation process
*Work with key stakeholders ….HR, managers, employees and executives…to bring about the change
*Design, implement and evaluate a new PM system that fits your organizational culture and replaces the traditional performance reviews
*Prepare your managers and employees through frame-of-reference training
Check put the agenda for the day from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
8:30 am: Coffee and registration
9:00 am: Introduction
9:30 am: The end of the rank and yank PAs
10:00 am: Break
10:15 am: Features of the new performance management paradigm
10:30 am: Setting the stage—your current situation 10:45 am: Making the case for transformation with stakeholders
1:00 pm: Design decisions
2:30 pm: Implementation issues
3:00 pm: Break
3:15 pm: Evaluation and HR analytics
3:45 pm: Resources and network support
Seven interactive planning exercises related to reinventing the PM system will be completed during the workshop to prepare you to manage the transformation in your company.
Lisbeth Claus, SPHR, GPHR, SHRM-SCP
Professor of Management and Global HR at Willamette University
Dr. Claus has been published widely in academic and professional journals on subject matters related to global HR. She specializes in the implications for global organizations when their employees cross borders. She was coauthor (with Dennis Briscoe and Randall Schuler) of the 3rd edition of International Human Resource Management (Routledge, 2008) and is Editor-in-Chief of the Global HR Practitioner Handbook (volumes 1, 2013; volume 2, 2014; and volume 3, 2015, Global Immersion Press).
Considered a global expert on employer duty of care, she traveled to four continents to inform employers of their obligation to protect their business travelers, international assignees and dependents. She is the author of the 2009 Duty of Care White Paper –viewed today as a major impetus for putting duty of care on the map for global organizations. She authored the 2012 Duty of Care and Travel Risk Management Global Benchmarking Study— the first empirical study on duty of care for which she earned the EMMA award for research of the year.
Her other research interests include performance management, HR analytics and developing a culture of health and wellness in global organizations. In March 2016, at its inaugural annual global HR conference, the HR Roundtable and Global HR Consortium announced the creation of the annual Lisbeth Claus Trail Blazer Award in honor of her lifelong dedication to the development of the global HR profession around the world.
Foremost an educator, she has inspired thousands of learners— graduate students and practitioners—to better understand the global scope of HR management
Willamette MBA graduate assistants Milena Otasevic and Anna Sevostyanova will also be co-facilitating.