How Savvy Managers Create Measurable Change
Date and TimeThu, Mar 19, 2015 at 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern
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Annual performance reviews are a given in business. What is not a given is timely and meaningful feedback throughout the year. Yet research shows that providing ongoing feedback in smaller chunks, while situations and circumstances are still fresh in the employee’s mind, is more effective than a one hour meeting once per year.
Savvy managers know that frequent contact, recognition, and encouragement with honest and direct feedback regularly produce higher performing employees. Communication with simplicity, a focus on the future and support for employee self-tracking is a winning combination that yields measurable change.
In this workshop, learn how to:
- Improve performance through honest and effective feedback
- Create measurable change through consistent and positive feedback
- Implement employee self-tracking of progress toward goals
- Mitigate roadblocks to personal improvement
- Use coaching strategies to enhance performance.
About Al Goodman
Al’s prior professional career include positions as Vice President of Human Resources for American Biltrite Inc. - Amtico Tile Division, Corporate Human Resource Manager for Yale Materials Handling Division, Manager, Employee & Labor Relations, for A.M. Varityper, Human Relations Representative for TRW Customer Service Division and Labor Relations Representative for Jersey Central Power & Light Company.