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Performance Management: Finding the Best Approach for Your Workforce - #6780
Knife River
12222 NW Marina Way
Portland, OR 97231
Tuesday, December 12, 2017, 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM PDT
Category: HR & Team Development

Free to those enrolled in the HR Academy as Elective Course #115.

For more information on the full series, please visit the HR Academy Certificate Program page.


This workshop has been cancelled. It will be offered again on May 8 in Salem. Please contact Jocelyn Billings with any questions.

Most workplaces struggle to find the most effective approach to define, measure and reward great performance. Supervisors are often reluctant to fully engage in the performance review process. Take the lead on improving your Performance Systems. We will review a variety of Performance Management approaches and discuss pros and cons of each. Come ready to discuss your workplace culture and natural resistance to full engagement in the performance management process. We will emphasize ways to reset the Performance Conversation and add to the engagement and commitment of all your employees.

This session focuses on the discoveries made from decades of research on how people grow and develop. You will learn how to position yourself to lead and support your employee's work development journey and greatly improve the quality of performance conversations.

Erin Mahoney

Key Learning Points:

  • Popular Approaches to Performance Management
  • Finding the Best Fit for Your Workplace
  • Human Resources as a Business Partner
  • Promoting Your Performance Management Plan
  • Engaging the Reluctant Supervisor
  • How training improves the performance conversation

Presenter: Erin Mahoney, Director of Training & Organization Development

Location: Knife River in Portland

Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Cost: Member Price - $125.00; Standard Price - $185.00

* Register two or more people for this program at once and receive a 10% discount on total registration.

Contact: Jocelyn Billings, at 503-585-4320 or [email protected]