Performance appraisal discussions generally invoke all sorts of emotions among the employees (appraisees), depending on their past experiences, whether the discussions turn out to be positively or negatively. Nonetheless, such discussions need not be on the negative end.
In fact, these discussions are important to the appraisees as they get to understand the state of their progress, what it takes to move forward and an understanding of how the appraisers, as their coaches and supervisors, assesses their performance. Appraisees can and should therefore make the full use of such discussion opportunities to benefit themselves and to seek self-improvement eventually over a long run.
This workshop will equip appraisees with an understanding of their roles in the performance management process, how performance management is meant to help themselves and the company, and how they can be involved to make the appraisal discussion more conducive, positive and meaningful.
At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
- appreciate the performance management cycle and how it is supposed to help employees meet their expected performance to achieve the organisational goals
- review own job roles and responsibilities to determine the expected key job deliverables
- appreciate how the key job deliverables contribute to achievement of organisational goals
- write clear and SMART goals
- interpret competencies consistently
- apply Rolfe’s reflection model for sense making of own performance and professional practice
- apply the GROW framework to plan and structure a communication plan for problem solving during work review discussion
- apply the SBI framework for giving feedback constructively to supervisor during work
- review discussion
- establish sound reasons for self-ratings
- participate in appraisal discussion with correct focus
- prepare adequately for an appraisal and career discussion
- develop individual & career development plans
- identify learning opportunities & methods at the workplace
1. Employee’s roles in the performance management system
2. Understanding goal setting & work standards
3. How to carry out a work review discussion
4. Appraisee’s preparation for appraisal & career discussion session
5. Establishing individual & career development plans