The productivity of employees is a critical factor in the success of the company. The best employees may have days when they are unable to deliver their best work. If an employee’s performance starts to slack and you do not address it, this can become a habit. By the time the business owner realizes, the employee may be costing the company more than his work generates in revenue. There is a need to keep a close watch on the performance of each employee.
Tracking Employees’ Productivity
- What matters is getting the work done.
- Track what employees care about.
- Space is easier to change than people.
- Be transparent about any data
The Contribution of Personality Profiling to Productivity
- Better hiring process
- Improved people development and succession decisions
- More successful reorganization and restructuring
- Greater alignment of people strategy
- Benchmarking of talent across your business and with other organizations
The Competency Modelling Approach
- Developing competency models
- Using competency models
- Competency models at the workplace
- Future trends in competency modelling
The Performance Management System
- Explain the job description and clarify expectations
- Apply the correct coaching and mentoring techniques to enhance performance
- Develop and utilize appropriate performance tracking mechanisms
- Apply managerial skills and engage positively in a performance review process
- Design and execute a performance development plan
HR Managers, Executives, Officers.
lectures, group discussions and syndicate work
Duration : 2 days
Time : 9.00am – 5.00pm
Venue : To be announced
Fee : RM2,485.00
Facilitator : Dr Balan Dass 016 – 227 0057
Registration : Contact Program Manager, Tong How Lit.
Tel : 03 – 7955 2382
About the Facilitator:
Dr Balan Dass, holds a Ph.D in Adult and Continuing Professional Education from University Putra Malaysia, a Master in Education, majoring in Training & Development from University of Sheffield, UK.
He specialises in the areas like behavioural sciences, human resources, training and development and continuing education. He also teaches at tertiary level conducting classes at DBA and Masters’ levels.
He is a member and the Vice-President of the Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management, a Certified HR Practitioner (CHRP), an approved trainer of Pembangunan Sumber Manausia Berhad and the Consultant for the National Human Resource Centre, Malaysia.