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Managing Performance (Live online)

Date: December 15 — 16, 2020
Location: Online


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Program Summary:


This program delivers applied training in the concepts and skills of managing performance. Explore techniques for planning, coaching and reviewing performance on an ongoing basis. Diagnose performance opportunities and problems, reinforce exemplary behaviour and motivate people to give their best. Create a work environment where people can grow and succeed, while achieving mission-critical results.

Special Feature:
This hands-on program includes group discussions, case studies, individual activity-based development and small group exercises to deepen your insights and sharpen your performance management skills.
 
Program leader: Amy Stanley, Faculty, UBC Sauder School of Business
Amy is an Adjunct Professor at the Sauder School of Business. She has worked in various HR roles, including 8 years as an HR Manager in UBC’s Department of Medicine. She has also been awarded Associate Certified Coach status from the International Coach Foundation. She currently manages her own leadership development business specializing in helping leaders handle conflict and challenging professional relationships.
 
Who Should Attend:
• Department managers, line supervisors, team leaders or others in positions that require them to manage and document employee performance
• HR professionals who want an overview of the implementation end of performance management will also benefit from attending
 
More information:
Contact UBC Sauder School of Business: 604.822.8400 or 1.800.618.3932 or exec.ed@sauder.ubc.ca
 
Date

Time

Course Fee*

Format

December 15-16, 2020
 
 
 

Morning & Afternoon
 
 
 

$1995.00
CPHR BC & Yukon Members
receive 15% discount with
code: CPHRBCY

Live Online
 
 
 

 
*Fees are approximate and subject to change without notice.
 
 

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