ISASA offers one two-day workshop covering a range of critical issues around performance management and its implementation in schools.
The first part of the workshop introduces the principles of a Performance Management process. The content includes:
the environment of performance management
different approaches to performance management and best practice
determining performance outcomes
motivating and rewarding performance, and
managing poor performance
The second section of the workshop is about developing essential tools and templates for their own school’s Performance Management process. Participants will work on
drafting job profiles
extracting the performance contract deliverables, and
preparing for and conducting performance reviews.
Delegates are required to bring examples of school job profiles, contracts and appraisal documents to the workshop to ensure that they leave with practical models for future use.
The workshop is aimed particularly at senior staff members who are responsible for performance appraisals of staff [professional, administrative and support staff] to encourage the buy-in of constructive engagement with the annual process of staff evaluation or evaluation for the purpose of granting a permanent contract of employment or those under review.
Facilitators: Helen Atkinson and Gail Forsman, Human Resource consultants who have worked for many years in the independent school sector.
In-Person Cost: R2 620 per delegate (excluding VAT).
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