Performance assessment - encourage your team to surpass themselves

An effective and regular performance evaluation process will promote the development
of your employees. Assessing employee performance is much more than a formality:
it is a process that requires a partnership between you and each of your employees.

This process is based on an annual plan that includes regular follow-ups related
to the individual objectives established at the beginning of the year and the priorities
of your service. It is you who is responsible for initiating a timely dialogue on the work
performance of each of your employees.

This will help you better communicate your expectations and ensure that your employees' development supports and improves their performance at work.

> To promote a positive work environment
> To encourage individual development
> To establish SMART work objectives
> To ensure the success of your employees and yourself

Managers responsible for a task force.

  • Understand the process and take ownership of your role
  • Facilitate the evaluation process
  • Development and evaluation of clear work objectives (SMART)
  • Make good follow-ups and prepare for your employees' annual evaluations
  • Master your role in the ongoing development of your employees
  • Ensure the success of your employees by giving them regular feedback
  • Improve the development of your employees through an efficient
    and regular performance evaluation process
  • Better manage your team to facilitate the achievement of the business'
    goals and your service
  • Foster a positive work environment focused on individual development

The strengths of this training are in its clarity and optimal duration.

The objectives of the performance evaluation process
  • The process' ultimate goal
  • The "why" and "how" of the process
  • Roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders
  • Keys to success of the process
  • Elements that contribute to a failure of the process

Planning the process
  • Annual objectives of the service
  • The organization's annual priorities
  • How to develop individual SMART goals

Managing the process throughout the year
  • Quantified assessment of employee progress
  • Plan regular individual follow-ups
  • Offer coaching when needed
  • Adaptation of goals when necessary

Final assessment
  • Planning and preparation for meetings
  • The "do's" and "don'ts"
  • Identification of successes and areas for improvement

Individual development plan
  • Areas for improvement
  • Employee's future career development
  • Means used to improve or develop skills or competencies

  • Interactive Lecture
  • Case Studies
  • Hands-on practical exercises
  • Discussion of cases experienced by the participants
  • Action plan and personal development

    • Detailed reference manual
    • Examples of SMART objectives
    • Standard performance evaluation form
    • Standard individual development plan form


      Sophie F. Marcil

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