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Performance Management in a virtual world Seminar

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21 October 2020 | 09:00-15:20
Online Seminar

As the world of work has rapidly changed over the last couple of months, many leaders are unsure about how to manage performance during a pandemic, particularly because the workforce has become more remote. Unaccustomed to supervising employees from afar, many leaders face challenges in evaluating performance and providing good feedback. How can we review someone who can't do their job the way they're accustomed to doing it? How do you manage and measure performance during this time when you cannot see what people are doing? What do you do with non-performers? Are they really not performing or just not coping? How do you manage expectations, ensure people are productive but at the same time still maintaining a realistic work-life balance to avoid burnout and stress? How do you as a manager balance the duty of care to employees while also managing the business?

Join KR for a one-day seminar where we address key issues in performance management for a changed world.


For more information and to book your seat contact Debbie Atwell on +27 83 651 1664  or debbie@knowres.co.za

Conference Programme

21 OCTOBER 2020

09:00

Welcome and introduction


09:10–09:00

Adapting feedback and performance systems during and after a Crisis:  how organizations should streamline their performance management and rewards strategies during this crisis time

10 Minute Q & A

09:45-10:45

Discussion | Our performance management practices during COVID

  • What has worked, what hasn’t and why
  • What Keeps you up at night about managing performance
  • Performance related bonuses
  • How have you managed performance management remotely?
  • Linking performance management and rewards – does it still exist?
  • Managing output vs input

10 Minute Q & A


10:45–11:00 Morning break

11:15-11:35

Rethinking Performance Management: The need for a new approach

10 Minute Q & A


11:45-12:15

The legal implications for managing performance remotely

Webber Wentzel

10 Minute Q & A


12:25–13:00 Lunch break

13:00–13:30

The power of continuous feedback: how to support managers in using feedback and the key skills and competencies to provide feedback virtually

10 Minute Q & A

13:40–14:00

Is your performance Management approach helping or hindering your Organization’s Agility

10 Minute Q & A

14:10–14:30

Motivating and rewarding staff when budgets are cut : new approaches to recognize and engage employees in new distributed work arrangements

10 Minute Q & A


14:40–14:50 Quick afternoon break

14:50–15:15

Monitoring and  increasing employee engagement through effective performance management.

10 Minute Q & A


15:20 Wrap up and close of seminar


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For more information and to book your seat contact Debbie Atwell on +27 83 651 1664 or debbie@knowres.co.za



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Performance Management in A Virtual World  21 October 2020
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For more information and to book your seat contact Debbie Atwell on +27 83 651 1664  or
debbie@knowres.co.za

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