Monday, 18 January 2010

Employment Seminar - Managing poor performance: Improve individual productivity and efficiency

Whether you run your own business, are part of a team or are self-employed, performance management is integral to your overall personal productivity and efficiency. You also share the one key goal of sustaining profitability in order to thrive as a business, and with all of us looking to make 2010 a more prosperous year compared to last, knowing how to manage your performance – particularly when it’s on the decline – is more paramount than ever.

Mayo Wynne Baxter’s Employment Team is running a free seminar in conjunction with Icando Limited on the subject of Performance Management.

Join us at the Jury’s Inn, Brighton, for a lively and interactive seminar where Employment Law Specialist, Martin Williams, and Business and Leadership Coach, Janet Pink, discuss practical steps involved in managing individual performance to achieve increased productivity and efficiency.

We will also look at how to manage poor performance and your legal obligations under the new ACAS guidelines. This seminar takes a practical approach and delegates will come away with lots of ideas and tips that you can implement in your own business. Areas we’re covering include:

• What is Performance Management?
• Setting performance expectations
• Managing individual performance to get better productivity and efficiency
• Poor performance? What do I do now?
• The latest ACAS Code of Practice
• Key steps in taking formal action
• Distinguishing capability and conduct issues
• Policies and procedures
• When can you legally dismiss an employee?

If you want to raise the performance of individuals in your company, want to understand the key tools for setting performance expectations as well as getting the confidence to handle poor performance, then this is the seminar for you.

The seminar commences on the 28th January from 2.30pm to 5pm and spaces are limited, so in order to secure your place, please contact Louise Clasby on lclasby@mayowynnebaxter.co.uk or call (01273) 477071 as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. We look forward to seeing you there!

If you are unable to attend this event but would like to learn more about this topic, please email Louise and your enquiry will be forwarded to the relevant speaker.

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