Why It is Important for Managers to Effectively Coach on Non-Performance and the Legal Ratification if they Don't
National - Essential Series
Wed 29 Mar 2017, 11:00am to 12:00pm AEDT
|Location||Online and at your desk, National|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$60|
|Cost inc. GST ||$88|
|Who should attend?||
In this webinar, we will discuss how leaders, as custodians of culture, can implement the components of workplace culture. Leaders will also be able to understand effective performance management and leadership behaviour in relation to staff performance among others.
By the conclusion of this webinar we hope you’ll have a clear understanding of how to implement the following components in a positive way:
- How we act everyday as leaders sets the cultural agenda for the organisation
- How we respond to performance and behaviour
- How we deal with issues that are brought to our attention
- How effectively we utilise organisational processes
We’d also like you to understand:
- What effective performance management is and why effective performance management is imperative in the modern workplace
- The link between leadership behaviour and performance
- Techniques to conduct effective everyday performance conversations and give feedback
- The importance of fairness and accuracy when managing performance
- How to apply relevant processes in managing poor performance dependent on your organisational procedures
- The requirements related to documenting and recording performance issues
Facilitated by: John Boardman, Director of Workplace Relations, iHR Australia
John has an extensive background in human resource management and industrial relations. His expertise includes high-order analytical skills and a proven ability to assess strategic options. He has strong negotiating, advocacy and presentation skills.
John has over 30 years’ experience in human resource management, many spent at senior executive level.
John has extensive experience in conducting independent workplace investigations into allegations of bullying and harassment, and has conducted major investigations in most industries including the health, manufacturing, energy, mining, education and transport industries. He co-facilitates iHR Australia’s Workplace Investigation Officer Training for Human Resource practitioners around Australia.