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Management (PM) is changing; some employers have eliminated performance ratings and others are eager to follow suit.... yet are at risk of simply tinkering with the mechanics and achieving no lasting positive change. Smart workplaces will instead take a strategic perspective of their PM systems and consider how to build a high performance culture. This one-day workshop will help you understand your organisation’s PM focus and how to create a high-performance culture.
This event is hosted by the New Zealand Psychological Society's Institute of Organisational Psychology.
In this panel discussion you will hear how different organisations are making performance management work, and hear what is and is not working internationally and in New Zealand.
The panel will be convened by Dr Gene Johnson. He will contribute his insights from surveys into contemporary performance management practices in Europe and New Zealand. Panelists include:
Fiona Masson, Group Human Resources Manager for three NGOs (Lifewise, Airedale Property and Methodist Mission Northern) will describe moving their approach from forms and ratings to effective conversations.
Hayley Sullivan, HR Director, IBM NZ, will share the transformation from traditional annual performance reviews to an employee co-designed, feedback-oriented, and technology-enabled performance process
Martin Fourie, Account Director, CEB, will share some of the latest research on how to increase effectiveness of performance reviews to help you make informed decisions about removing performance ratings at your organisation.
This event is hosted by the HRINZ Special Interest Group in I/O Psychology.
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