Health and Community Services Workforce Council – Wattle/Banksia Rooms
Level 16, 100 Edward Street
Brisbane, QLD, AU 4000
(07) 3008 3600
What’s it about
Implementing Performance Management processes with poor performing staff is one of the most unattractive and stressful parts of taking on a leadership role. So why not get good at it! In this one day workshop you will:
• Study the thinking and theory behind poor performance in the workplace;
• Explore how to use communication and processes strategically to minimise the risk of getting to the formal stage of Performance Management;
• Identify your legal and ethical obligations in Performance Management; and
• Learn practical skills and techniques to use in implementing Performance Management.
By the end of the one day workshop you will have increased confidence and a range of practical resources and that will allow you to start implementing better Performance Management in your workplace straight away.
Specific Learning Outcomes
• Enhanced understanding of performance management in the workplace
• An understanding of how communication styles and processes can be used strategically for improved performance by staff
• Develop techniques for engagement with resistance and conflict
Attention: Full cost paying participants we are also running this event on an addition date, please see ../product/skills-for-the-performance-management-of-staff/
Beth has over 15years experience in the governement, not-for-profit and private domains of the Human Service Sector as a qualified Social Worker, specialising in team development and leadership. In her current role as a Consultant with the Workforce Council, Beth brings her experiences in practitioner development, ethical practice in action, dealing with team complexity and strategic planning for high performance. Beth is a current Member of the Australian Association of Social Workers and her practice is informed by Strengths-based perspective focussed on generating healthy and sustainable change at the individual, organisational and sector level.