Performance management is a complicated function that encompasses activities such as: joint goal setting, continuous progress review, frequent communication, feedback and coaching for improved performance, implementation of employee development programmes and rewarding achievements. It can be regarded as a systematic process by which the overall performance of an organisation can be improved. The programme will:
- develop learners’ understanding of the principles and practices of performance and reward management in corporate contexts,
- provide theoretical and practical understanding of the diverse approaches to reward management,
- facilitate a critically reflect on the strengths and limitations of these approaches.
This course is valuable for Managers, Leaders and Supervisory staff and those with responsibility for managing the performance of others.
- Models of performance and reward management.
- Psychology of reward management.
- How performance management operates as a form of reward.
- How performance and reward management is influenced by the external environment.
- How the internal context of an organisation influences the choice of performance and reward management strategies.
- Relationship between performance and reward management and workforce learning and development.
- Performance and reward management systems and procedures in an organisation.
- Different methods of measuring employee and organisational performance.
- The nature and operation of team reward, its potential and drawbacks.
The performance and Reward Management course has a total of eight (8) contact hours.