If performance appraisal is ended – what’s the alternative? 

This will be the topic under scrutiny in this thought-provoking presentation. Where participants will delve into the recent criticisms of traditional approaches to appraisals and explore the alternatives that support improved performance. 

Join us in this 30 minute webinar with speaker Helen Davis, author of 'The Managers We Deserve'; who will also cover the reasons to why formal appraisal systems exist and how they should ideally be implemented. 

 

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Performance Appraisals

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Speakers

Helen Davis

Leadership Development Consultant

 

Helen Davis led her first workshop in performance management in 1987. Originally qualifying as a social housing manager, she spent several years as a Chief Officer in local government before qualifying as a psychotherapy counsellor and setting up her own business as a management and training consultant. She has an MBA and MA in HR and has also spent 22 years as a university lecturer researching in and teaching business management, organisational psychology and human resources management to line managers and HR personnel studying for their professional qualifications at masters level. 
 

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