Effective Performance Appraisal Skills

  • Course Details:

    Ref: HRP6 Length: 1 Day
    Location: London, Dubai, Riyadh Price: £630 excl. VAT

Introduction

As a line manager you need to have the skills to prepare and run a successful performance appraisal meeting. Appraising and developing staff is essential to your role. Doing it well and leaving your staff feeling empowered and motivated is what will make the difference to team and individual success.

Who should attend

This Effective Performance Appraisal Skills training course is suitable for individuals who carry out staff appraisals and are looking to build their confidence and effectiveness in this essential skill. The course is suited to those who are new to appraisals or have limited experience in the area.

Course Content

Principles of effective appraisals

  • Performance management, the tools and their benefits
  • Principles of effective performance appraisal discussions
  • Organisations performance appraisal process

Setting SMART Objectives

  • Objective setting process
  • Communicating performance objectives
  • Writing SMART performance objectives

The appraisal meeting

  • Structuring and introducing the appraisal meeting
  • Identifying the key skills needed
  • Evidencing performance

Appraisal skills

  • Questioning, listening and giving feedback

Practicing the key skills in conducting an appraisal

  • Each participant takes the role of appraisee, appraiser and observer using a checklist

Performance appraisal documentation and follow up

  • Reviewing internal performance appraisal documentation
  • Providing follow up to the appraisal and frequency
  • Preparing for the performance appraisal meeting

Learning Outcome

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Acquire the critical knowledge, skills and confidence to undertake effective performance appraisal discussions with their direct reports
  • Improve the performance of their direct reports through the effective use of the performance management process
  • State the core principles and benefits of effective performance appraisals
  • Set and write SMART performance objectives
  • Review the appraisee’s performance and clearly summarise the agreed level of performance
  • Give constructive and motivational feedback
  • Hold structured conversational performance appraisal meetings

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