Workshops
 
Staff Performance Management

This topic will help participants understand the basic concepts and tools of results-oriented Staff Performance Management. The discussion will focus on how to promote the development and performance of staff and employees throughout the organization as well as oneself. This requires knowledge of interpersonal relations, skills in motivation techniques, and the ability to identify others’ strengths and weaknesses.  Participants will also establish the link between staff performance management and key principles of human resource management such as policies and procedures for employee hiring, promotion, performance appraisal, and discipline.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Tailoring motivation to different learning/working styles
  • Talent management
  • Interpersonal skills and motivational techniques
  • Human resource management’s role in staff performance
  • Performance benchmarking and other metrics


WHY ATTEND:

  • A desire to improve and enhance existing staff performance
  • Fine tune management processes tailored to a diverse workforce
  • Identifying and resolving gaps in performance
  • Balance efficiency and effectiveness of organization outputs and outcomes


WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

  • Municipal Managers / Senior Management Teams
  • Human Resources Staff


ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:

Dr. Kane Faucher is an Assistant Professor at Western University’s Faculty of Information and Media Studies, and in the Local Government Program of the Political Science Department. In addition, he teaches at Huron University College’s Management and Organizational Studies program. When not in teaching and research supervision roles, Kane is a strategic planning consultant with a focus on small and rural municipalities.
 

Refund Policy: All Cancellations must be confirmed in writing. A refund levy of $113 (includes HST) will be applied to every cancellation received up to fourteen (14) business days prior to the holding of the session. No refunds will be made for cancellations of less than fourteen (14) business days prior to the holding of the session.
Disclaimer: AMCTO reserves the right to decline registration based on proprietary information/material being presented at this session, and for other reasons such as copyright issues. We will endeavour to make sure all scheduled events take place, but AMCTO reserves the right to alter, change or cancel dates, venues and workshops, for any reason. "This personal information, which you may provide to us, is used only for internal purposes to process your registration fee payment and to contact you or to distribute AMCTO-related materials to you, in the event that you have identified this personal contact information as your preferred means of contact."

SESSIONS

Apr
21
6
ZONE

Cambridge Arts Centre
60 Dickson Street
Cambridge, ON N1R 8N1
(519) 740-4681



Deadline to register:
April 06 
Apr
28
4
ZONE
AMCTO Office
2680 Skymark Ave. Suite 610
Mississauga, ON L4W 5L6
 (905) 602-4294
Limited seats available   


Deadline to register:
April 14 
May
19
7
ZONE
Best Western North Bay
700 Lakeshore Drive
North Bay ON,P1A 2G4
(705) 474-5805


Deadline to register:
May 04