Date: Wednesday, September 28th (fourth Wednesday of August)
Topic: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF THE PERFORMANCE REVIEW
Time: from 11:45am-1:15pm
Cost: $20 members, $25 non-members Location: The Historic Santa Maria Inn
Speaker: Mike Deblieux
Mike Deblieux, SHRM-SCP is a trainer, consultant, and on-site coach for workplace leaders. He has worked with supervisors, managers, and executives in a wide variety of organizations to help them understand and apply leadership concepts, practices, and habits. He uses a practical approach to analyze issues and explore solutions that allows workplace leaders to ask questions, seek guidance, and adapt to the ever-changing realities of their workplace.
The Performance Review is a long-standing tradition. It has come under attack in recent years. Books, articles, and speakers use it as a favorite target. The bandwagon roar of criticism points to significant flaws in this time honored HR tool.
The traditional performance review is by no means perfect. It is, however, a step toward a critical goal – clear performance management communication between a leader and a follower. The question is not, “What is wrong with the performance review?” The question is, “What does it take to create collaborative communication about job performance in a 21st century organization?”
This engaging presentation takes you into the world of real-life performance feedback. It leads you to a new path for your organization that worries less about forms and more about collaborative communication that supports strategic goals, job performance, and competencies.
Luncheon Fee: $20.00 for SMHRA members, $25.00 for non-members
Please indicate payment method in RSVP email. Payment by cash or check may be made at the door or by credit card via PayPal online at www.smhra.net within 24 hours of email RSVP.