Duration: 1 hour session
These 1 Hour Training Bubbles have been developed for the busy line manager that wants to get a message across, but needs to reduce the impact to working operations.
Developed for use in meetings or as part of stand-alone webinar training session. These short, succinct 1 Hour Training Bubbles enable you to deliver effective training sessions that get the key message across and retain participant involvement.
Why buy this one hour bubble?
Time is valuable, and agile leadership creates an environment for short sharp learning and motivational boosts.
These bubbles can be delivered by Courageous Cultures(CC) as a one off or a package; or can be purchased from CC and delivered by your in house L&D.
Workbook – This is a place for participants to add their action plans and learning, whilst also containing information about the course content and a place to work on exercises and activities
Appraisals are a very important time for most employees. The line manager acts as a mediator between the interests of the organisation and the interests of the individual. The key aspects to a successful appraisal are preparation and following a successful formula during the review.
The key aims of the ‘Managers Guide to Giving Appraisals’ course is to recognise the importance of the line manager’s role when giving appraisals
1. Understand the end to end process of giving appraisals
- Interim and quarterly reviews
2. Recognise how to review performance and behaviours
- What they did and how they did it
3. Describe the various methods of providing evidence for appraisals
- Targets – outputs, sales, cost etc.
- Tasks or Projects
4. Identify the do’s and don’ts during the appraisal
- Do – listen, use silence, question, confirm, challenge and praise etc.
- Don’t – focus on just one task or impressions etc.
5. Identify the core models to help assess individuals during their appraisal
At this end of this 1 hour, ‘Managers Guide to Giving Appraisals’ training course your participants will be able to:
- Explain the end to end process of holding effective appraisals
- Recognise the need to review both performance and behaviours
- Describe the importance of preparation and evidence for appraisals
- Identify various models to help you give effective appraisal