The prevailing perception about performance management generally is that it has mostly to do with the performance appraisal and negates an appreciation of performance management as an overall process – that includes the appraisal. This two-day workshop event will provide a deeper understanding of Performance Management as a strategic process framework encompassing key required variables in the organization and facilitate exposure to the relevant skill sets, methodologies and knowledge competencies required to enable HR Managers to configure and align their organization’s performance management systems to the strategic goals of the organization.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Strategy and the Performance Management Process
  • Setting Goals and Objectives
  • The Performance Management Cycle
  • Developing Organizational Capability using PM
  • Performance Management and Governance
  • Designing the Performance Management Appraisal
  • Conducting the Appraisal Interview
  • Employee Rewards – Conventional and Unconventional
  • Confronting and Handling Performance Related Problems
  • Performance Planning
  • Performance Coaching
  • Performance Management Systems
  • PM and Strategic Execution
  • Legal Aspects of PM
  • PM and Health and Safety

Target Audience

HR Managers
Consultants and Practitioners

About The Facilitator

Ermath Nicholas Harrington is an International Business Consultant, Founder and Managing Director of HARCON an institutional and capacity building consulting firm based in Trinidad and Tobago. He has diverse consulting experience in the public, civil society and private sector of the Caribbean and beyond. His consulting experience covers strategic planning, performance management, project management, process re-engineering and research. This is augmented by his formal training at the Master’s Level in International Relations. He is a specialist in the Balanced Scorecard Strategic Performance Management Framework.