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Lesson 4: The Performance Management Process

Why is Planning Phase Important?

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Participant Guide

Learning Points: • The first phase of the performance management process is the planning phase. The planning phase sets the stage for the success of the process for the rest of the year. • During the planning phase, supervisor/managers will meet with their employees and set their performance expectations for the upcoming year. This is the phase where abstract, organizational goals get turned into specific, measurable actions. The creation of elements and standards allows the employee to see how he or she will be successful over the course of the upcoming year and what work he or she will be held responsible for.

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Performance Management for HR Practitioners

Performance Management for HR Practitioners Participant Guide  

Performance Management for HR Practitioners Participant Guide

Performance Management for HR Practitioners Participant Guide  

Performance Management for HR Practitioners Participant Guide