LIBS Connect Seminar: “Could do better? What works in performance management”

19/04/2018 - 8.00am until 10.30am - Free

About the Event

As a manager, one of your primary concerns and responsibilities involves managing the performance of your business unit and the people who report to you. This presents a wealth of unique challenges ranging from the personal to the professional, and it’s your job to deal with them.

Many performance issues are often left to have a much larger impact than they should – when corrective action is often the only option. If the issues and causes are dealt with at an early stage it can save you and your organisation a huge amount of time, resources and money. There is a much better way!

This interactive and practical seminar lead by Dr Rochelle Haynes, Senior Lecturer from Lincoln International Business School (LIBS) and Oliver Tasker, Senior Solicitor from Wilkin Chapman Solicitors will help you to:

  • Understand the impact of performance at both team and organisational levels
  • Discover how to spot the warning signs of poor performance and take pre-emptive action
  • Discuss your experiences and learn ways to deal with different performance scenarios
  • Understand the employment law perspectives surrounding performance management, how to safely dismiss if performance does not improve and how to avoid an Employment Tribunal claim

Who should attend? This seminar is aimed at managers and leaders at all levels and HR professionals who have responsibility for the performance and management of employees.

No of places: 60

Booking Deadline: Friday 13 April 2018

Cost: Free

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Executive Development Centre, Lincoln International Business School, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5 7AT

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Executive Development Centre, Lincoln International Business School

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Executive Development Centre, Lincoln International Business School
University of Lincoln, David Chiddick Building,
Brayford Pool

Telephone numbers:
01522 835566