Online Interactive Workshop
Two months access to the recordings, discussion board, and mentors
10-12 hours across two weeks
Prework, recorded workshop, online discussion group, tools, exercises, mentors
This workshop is designed for those contributing toward or crafting the latest iteration of their organization’s performance management (PM) system. You will learn about bold and transformative approaches to help your organization transition from performance management to performance enablement. This workshop will cover four key elements of a 21st Century Performance Management and Rewards system:
- The philosophy and strategy
- Feedback that enables and energizes
- Goal setting that changes behavior and drives performance
- Fair, accurate, and motivating rewards practices.
Become knowledgeable on industry trends and science-based practices. Learn to design innovative solutions to address some of the persistent challenges with PM and rewards. Enable managers to effectively evaluate performance, increase accountability, develop and engage their team members. After completing this workshop. you will learn to make compelling arguments in support of high-value practices and develop a performance management system that sustains over time.
THIS WORKSHOP WILL ENABLE YOU TO DO THE FOLLOWING
- Clearing define the purpose and philosophy behind your performance management system
- Make a compelling argument for science-backed practices that produce sustained results
- Analyze your current systems to stop doing those things that create busywork but fail to drive outcomes
- Design a feedback practice that enables managers to motivate and develop talent
- Enable managers to measure, track, and improve performance through feedback and coaching
- Establish a goal-setting strategy that awakens purpose and meaning while driving performance
- Develop a rewards strategy that effectively motivates performance
- Learn from an expert faculty who has experimented with a variety of PM and rewards systems
- Work with a cohort that is involved in the redesign of their PM systems
- Feel equipped with options to put forth in front of your stakeholder group
- Deepen your thinking by leveraging the expert faculty and peers as a sounding board
- Develop a wireframe while at the workshop and jumpstart your transformation effort
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS WORKSHOP?
- VP of Talent Management/Org. Effectiveness/Rewards
- Director/Manager Talent Management/ Org. Effectiveness/Rewards
- HR Business Partners
- Anyone preparing to transform their Performance management and rewards system
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
WORKSHOP 1. DESIGNING PM SYSTEMS
- Strategic considerations in transforming performance management and rewards
- Role of science in informing the design of PM systems
- Alignment within overall organization design
- Establishing a performance management and rewards philosophy
- How to make decisions that depends on PM ratings without ratings
- Influencing stakeholders around key choices
WORKSHOP 2 – GOAL SETTING
- The science behind goal setting, what works?
- How to design effective goal setting practices?
- The future of work and goal setting
- How goal setting creates purpose and meaning
- How to link work unit goals with team and individual goals?
WORKSHOP 3 - FEEDBACK
- Training managers to provide better feedback
- Science on feedback
- Designing more impactful Feedback/checkins
- Options for gathering feedback (360 feedback, crowdsourcing, surveys)
- Discussions of various Feedback Technologies currently available
WORKSHOP 4 – REWARDS
- The science behind motivation through rewards
- How to manage compensation without differentiation and pay-for-performance (and why you should)
- Strategies for motivating without money
- How to reward top talent
- Myths about top talent
- How to take care of your high-potentials
Alan Colquitt, Ph.D. is an independent consultant and advisor. He is a seasoned scientist and practitioner with more than 30 years of improving organizations.
Alan has extensive experience studying, researching and developing solutions across many areas of talent management and organization effectiveness: Attraction; recruiting and screening; employee value proposition; hiring effectiveness; engagement; retention; diversity and inclusion; high performance; innovation; team and alliance effectiveness; leadership (identification, selection and development); performance management; and pay-for-performance.
Alan is an author, blogger, teacher and frequent speaker at conferences and special events. He is the author of “Next Generation Performance Management: The Triumph of Science over Myth and Superstition”, published in August of 2017. Alan earned his Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Wayne State University. He spent 5 years at Procter & Gamble and 27 years at Eli Lilly and Company in a variety of technical HR leadership positions, retiring in 2017. He is an affiliate research scientist at the Center for Effective Organizations at University of Southern California and is an adjunct faculty member in the Psychology department and the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University – Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI).
Alan Colquitt, Ph.D
Independent consultant and advisor
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