Organizations with motivated, talented employees are more likely to pull ahead of the competition. Successful performance management is a key strategy used to gain this competitive edge in business. Leaders who reflect strong employee management skills contribute to the success of their organizations. In turn, employees who clearly understand the expectations of their work and who are rewarded for their efforts are more likely to excel.
In the seminar “Managing Employee Success” we will:
- Define performance management
- Discuss the impact of communication and coaching in managing employee success
- Address the role of strategic planning in performance management
- Review the performance management process and implementation
- Explain the relationship between recognition and retention
When: November 27, 3-5 p.m.
Where: Dawson Community College (room TBD)
Cost: $15 (discount for groups of 4 or more from the same company)
Contact Sara Engle to sign up: firstname.lastname@example.org or 377-9441.
About the instructor:
Dottie Evans holds a master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Kansas State University and brings 15 years of human resources practice in both nonprofit and corporate sectors. Her specialty areas are training and development, performance management, and strategic planning. In addition to her time in industry, Dottie worked for 13 years in academia, serving as a career consultant for students seeking internships and career-related positions. In 2013, Dottie started a consulting firm, White Crane Solutions. White Crane Solutions focuses on helping organizations achieve success in the area of organizational development, training, and marketing. Dottie is the primary developer of Dawson Community College’s new Rural Organization Employee Management (ROEM) program. She will begin teaching the ROEM human resources courses beginning in the spring semester of 2019.