Conduct an Appraisal
Power Hour training materials have been designed by professional trainers to help businesses run effective bite-size training workshops on specific topics. These training materials have been designed so no training experience is necessary to run the sessions
This session on conducting an appraisal aims to help you understand the characteristics of effective appraisals, and how to make sure that YOUR appraisals have them. It focusses on the structure and skills of effective appraisals, as well as considering the on-going things that you should be doing to manage the performance of your team.
In particular, by the end of the Power Hour you will be able to:
- Identify the characteristics of effective appraisals
- Describe a useful structure for the appraisal discussion
- Recognise the skills of effective appraisals.
- Suggest how appraisals can be followed up to maximise their impact.
The Outline for this session is as follows:
- •Welcome and Introduction
- Characteristics of Good Appraisals
- Structuring an Appraisal
- Appraisal Skills
- Follow-up and Development Goals
- Make it work at work
Designed to be run in 60 minutes, these mini training sessions allow you to deliver a short, sharp training interventions with minimum disruiption to your business. So if you are short on time and can't release people for long training courses; if you want to develop your people, but can't afford to bring in external trainers and if you want maximum results for minimum investment then these bite sized training models are exactly what you need.
About the creator:
Sheridan Webb is the owner and creative force behind Power Hour Training. She has over 20 years experience of designing training for other people to use but is also an experienced facilitator, qualified coach and NLP business practitioner too! Most of Sheridan's experience has been gained working with managers and front-line staff in retail, manufacturing, utilities and financial services. She is passionate about giving people the tools and skills they need to job their jobs to the best of their ability, and takes a practical rather than theoretical approach which comes through in her training materials.