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Managing Performance - Derry~Londonderry


Cost: Free

Managing employee performance is a continuous process and involves ensuring that employees are contributing to organisational aims and objectives.  These aims and objectives can be met only if the individuals are working towards these effectively and competently.  A key part of a manager’s role is to ensure they get the best out of people in their team and this means addressing problems with the way in which individual members of that team are working.

This seminar is intended to help you realise the value to you and your organisation of managing poor performance while at the same time acting fairly and within the law. 

Who should attend

The seminar will be relevant to anyone who has an interest in, or the potential to be involved in managing poor performance.  This includes human resource practitioners, line managers, supervisors, team leaders or employers.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this seminar participants will know how to:

  • Identify and deal with poor performance when it arises.
  • Measure poor performance in relation to the agreed standards in your organisation.
  • Apply the information using a recognised performance management process.

Dates and venues

8 May 2024, 10:30 - 12:30
LRA Regional Office, Londonderry, BT48 6HN

Cost: Free

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Event organiser

Labour Relations Agency
James House
2-4 Cromac Street
United Kingdom: Northern Ireland

03300 552 220
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