Are your team members’ objectives in line with your company’s strategy and values?
Do you have all the tools you need to develop your team members’ skills?
How do you conduct effective annual performance reviews?
Do you know how to adapt to different situations and different profiles?

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the goals of the performance review and its role in the performance management process.
  • Conduct the annual performance review interview: master the basics and cope with difficult situations.
  • Align individual objectives with company objectives and values.
  • Draw up an individual development plan and follow through its implementation.
  • Draw up team action and development plans.
  • Build team motivation and commitment.
  • Control the managerial risks associated with the assessment situation.
The training programme:

Linking performance reviews and performance management
– Understanding the notion of performance.
– How the performance review interview contributes to performance management.
– How performance review relates to the other performance-management tools.
– The goals of the performance review interview.
– Corporate strategy and HR policy.

Conducting the annual performance review interview: mastering the basics
– Creating the right conditions for a successful interview.
– Implementing the major stages of the review.
– Pinpointing your style and listening preference.
– Developing your flexibility.
– Training yourself to manage difficult situations.

Aligning individual objectives with company objectives and values
– Bringing consistency to the way you manage your business, your personal objectives and your team’s objectives.
– Defining a framework for your team’s objectives.

Developing individual skills
– Assessing your team’s skills capital.
– Planning your team’s needs and anticipating its resources.
– Facilitate the individual development of skills.
– Foster learning organisations.
– Individual and collective action plans.

Controlling the managerial risks associated with the assessment situation
– The limits of management by objectives.
– How to identify risk situations and avoid them.
– Regulatory sources and responsibility of management.
– Retaining staff and maintaining commitment: new relationships with the company.

Benefits for the participant

A more productive team, with members who are more motivated and self-reliant.
Help your team members develop their skills and make progress.
Acquire operational tools that will make you more responsive and flexible, and help you fine-tune your organization.

Benefits for the company

A more effective performance management and appraisal system:
– individual objectives more closely aligned on company objectives,
– more motivated staff.
Performance review reports:
– provide full, objective data for analysis,
– can be used to build individual and team development plans.

2 days

Middle managers