“Performance Management in the Workplace: Moving Away from the Year-End Review”
Date: Wednesday 16th October 2019
Time: 8:30 am for a 8:45 am start (until 10:30am)
Venue: H10 London Waterloo | 284-302 Waterloo Rd, South Bank, London | SE1 8RQ
Creating a performance-oriented work culture in which employees are working to their maximum ability and are accountable for results is a key responsibility of Human Resources departments, however many companies are increasingly doubtful of whether the traditional end-of-year appraisal and rating is an effective means of achieving this.
Instead, there is a trend towards more frequent, less structured conversations that create more sustained engagement. How can HR implement such an approach and encourage managers to be more involved in the professional development of their staff?
On this occasion we are excited to announce that our guest speaker will be Birthe Mester, Global Head for Performance, Engagement and Culture at Deutsche Bank, who will be sharing with us the importance of “meaningful conversations” at the centre of the Total Performance framework that she has implemented at Deutsche Bank.
The topics covered will be:
– Why: the rationale for moving away from the traditional end-of-year appraisal and rating
– What: the actions and methodologies that Deutsche Bank has implemented to create a sustainable performance culture and the results that they have found
– How: practical steps to enhance the performance management strategies in your company’s HR departmen
Following Birthe’s presentation there will be the opportunity for forum members to share their experiences and to discuss the best practices.
This event is exclusively for Human Resources and Recruitment professionals of member companies of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce. To find out more, please contact Hannah Sanders at email@example.com