People and Processes Do What They’re Managed to Do
A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. As such, employee performance management presents a vital leadership skill for any leader ascending the corporate ladder. As more personnel fall under your jurisdiction, it becomes necessary to evaluate individuals and make the appropriate changes to maximize the effectiveness of an organization.
Tenets of employee performance management include:
- Planning/setting expectations
- Monitoring performance
- Developing skills for improved performance
In nearly every client business, we encounter employees who are under-performing in the eyes of supervisors because expectations have not been suitably defined. The expectation-setting stage of employee performance management is usually the most eye opening.
AMEND Consulting first analyzes each client business to develop a set of metrics that measurably tracks employee performance. Then, we deliver reports to measure definitive improvement over time.
Sure, the aftermath of employee performance management can include a variety of outcomes – including promotions and firings. However, the true goal of performance assessment is to uncover individual strengths to construct a company organization that is happy, balanced and poised for growth.
Call us to see how the AMEND approach can work for your business.