‘Performance Management in Schools: A guide to holding effective performance management conversations in meetings’ will be held on Thursday 19th September 2019 between 9.15am and 3.30pm at Diverse Education Centre (formerly Retford Post 16 Centre), Old Hall Drive, Retford, DN22 7EA.
About the Workshop:
Feel confident to be able to prepare and hold meaningful performance management conversations and understand why for some this is the most important conversation of the year.
This engaging and highly participative workshop is created to share good practice on how to positively impact and lead performance management conversations and to discuss what needs to happen before and after a review meeting.
Discussion areas will include; the difference between performance management and an appraisal conversation, avoiding a tick box mindset, how to prepare as the appraiser and an appraisee, holding an impactful performance management conversation, leading tricky conversations, agreeing objectives, recording evidence, avoiding surprises and applying industry good practice principles.
The session will also provide a great opportunity to network and learn from like minded people. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
We look forward to welcoming you.
About Darran Robinson, Change Consultant
Darran works in partnership with organisations like ours to support leaders and managers to deliver strategy and achieve results. His experience of doing and facilitating good practice spans over 30 years across multiple sectors of industry including functions who specialise in HR, IT, Project Management, People Management, Marketing and many others.
Specialisms include; leadership and management business skills, shifting and shaping organisational culture and enhancing personal and team productivity. His style of delivery is engaging, inclusive and memorable.
Industry sectors Darran has worked with include; education, education support services, information & technology, retail, property management, waste management, shopping centre management, security, risk management, financial services, local and central government, healthcare and power distribution.