Employee performance reviews can be your best friend or worst nightmare (for both the supervisor and supervisee).
Managing and measuring employee performance can be a key tool for organizational performance and employee satisfaction. This course examines best practices around creating, implementing, and measuring performance. Participants will better understand how to create a performance evaluation tool specific to their organization, while being cultural sensitive. Best practices will be shared around creating and utilizing job descriptions, simplifying the evaluation process, and using evaluations strengthen your culture.
Topics Addressed: performance management, human resources, management, communication, developing others, cultural competence
Level: Intermediate level class (not recommended for nonprofit beginners)
Who should attend?
- Nonprofit professionals in supervisory positions or leadership position responsible for managing staff.
Those working toward a Human Resources certificate
Those working toward a Volunteer Management certificate
Those working toward a Nonprofit Leadership certificate
Method of Facilitation: Interactive group discussion, group work, class activities
This work will amplify the impact of nonprofits by helping participants:
- Understand best practices behind crafting job descriptions and their utilizing them in performance evaluations.
- Develop a culturally-sensitive strategy for evaluating participants in their organization.
- Outline a performance management process that is simple and measurable.