Training

Managing Poor Performance Training

Are you currently dealing with poor performance? Poor performance may be something that you may deal with infrequently or you may deal with on a daily basis. If targets are not being kept, customers not served, or staff not doing their jobs, then it becomes a situation in which training may be required. This session can be custom designed to suit your performing participants and industry. Our trainers will not only provide some additional skills in motivation, personal development and creativity, they will also pursue any areas of performance that you require the team or group to enhance. A great way to bring to attention performance issues within your team, in a professional and effective learning environment.

This Managing Poor Performance Session is designed to create high performing individuals. Whether you have individuals who miss the mark or you wish to help managers become more effective in dealing with Managing Poor Performance, we can assist. This training session can be changed to suit the Managers or the Poor performing members.

Objectives for the Managing Poor Performance Training:

This session will help us teach your participants or managerial staff:

How to become self-motivated

Learn the skills to be able to become self-motivated in situations where you need to increase performance.

How to manage poor performance effectively

Effectively managing poor performance is a skill itself. Learning how to become a manager and recognising poor performance indicators is essential.

Creating a healthy work environment

By creating a healthy work environment, you know your employees and team around you have the very best situation to become high performing individuals. Learn how you can increase your teams effectiveness with some simple ideas for the workplace.

Building Strong Teams

They say that a team is only as strong as its weakest link. Learn how each individual can assist in building a strong team. This section helps you mange poor team performance also.

How to create an energized and positive outlook

Positivity will create energy. Learn how to build both a positive and energized outlook or mindset.

How to become creative and problem solving

This section provides your participants with unique problem solving skills to help you and your team become more creative.

The 6 Thinking Hats

We may have heard about the famous De Bono’s six thinking hats. We discuss how to use these thinking methods to assist with outside the box thinking and information gathering.

Lifestyle impacts at work

Many of us have life issues that impact our performance at work. This session here doesn’t go into individual detail, yet provides some simple general solutions to the work/life relationship.

Become results driven

Setting goals and becoming a results driven person can help you increase performance and always be a performer. Learn about the simple skills to become more results driven.

Personality and behavioural styles

We discuss a little about individual personality strengths and how we can utilize our amazing talents to become a better performer.

More modules are available for your team training needs also

Learn just how to create and execute a performance management procedure that is powerful
Describe the leading 10 causes of poor performance.
Choosing the right approach for handling poor performance
Identify and resolve performance and absence problems
Comprehend motivation in the work place and how to achieve the most from your employees
Identify what behaviour is the reason for the employee to under-perform
Comprehend function and the importance of strong performance management
Support your staff appropriately.
Work to resolve poor performance in the interests of the whole team.
Manage staff with emotional difficulties.
Explore different ways of incentive’s performance
Considering and implementing suitable disciplinary actions
Discover the best way to spot the warning signs of poor performance and take precautionary actions
Review your organisation’s policies and practices consistent with the law and HR best practice.
Identify and react to the causes of functionality versus inferior operation.
Contemplate the industrial relations implications of poor and under performance.
Give constructive and honest comments to staff.
Improve/develop skills in performance management for your staff.
Ensure you are supplying the right amount of support
Handle staff that is aggressive and tough.
Common performance problems and manage poor performance in their teams.
Identify the cause of poor performance in your staff.
Comprehend the law in regard to performance management, lack and strain
Confront their inferior performance
Keeping proper records and evidence
Redirect their behaviour to improve functionality
Discover how to provide effective coaching and produce positive comments
Provide constructive responses to performing staff
Learn methods to reward good performance, both fiscally and non-financially
Ensure that all team members understand and give to their targets
Consider what you can do in order to ease the scenario.
Examine a range of techniques and tools that enable the efficient management of inferior performance.
Use a 6 step procedure to train staff members towards solutions to overcome their poor functionality.
Create an environment that staff can thrive in
Identify essential behaviours by recognizing boost and just how to dedicate continuing performance management needed in performance planning
Consider how to minimize operation issues in the workplace.
Dangers associated with inferior performance being mismanaged

More information on the course outline

During this session, we will help participants to :

Learn more and understand the role of goal setting in performance management. Gain the tools to help your employees or co-workers set and achieve targets. We also discuss a three-phase model that can assist you to prepare employees for peak performance, activate their internal motivation, and value their skills. Overall our trainer will provide range knowledge of inspirational instruments and techniques to improve performance in individuals.

It is the self-manager’s responsibility to:

Discover immediate targets, Build a performance supportive attitude
Handle on the job activity, Supply on the job motivation, Identify obstacles standing in the way of getting the job done, whenever possible
Remove those obstacles and ensure that the job gets done
Recognise on the spot opportunities for performance improvement

There are four basic ways to gaining worker involvement in setting standards :

1. The manager considers all variables, prepares tentative standards, and discusses them with employees to get agreement.
2. The workers set their very own standards that were tentative and bring them to the manager for acceptance and discussion.
3. The manager and workers independently establish standards for each of the key results areas selected for the job. These standards are compared and discussed to reach agreement.
4. Employees and the manager jointly discuss and set performance standards.

Training is to prepare the employee to be able do the job. It is an supervisor’s prime responsibility to:

Pick the right individual for the job
Create long term objectives of the employee
Ensure objectives are clearly conveyed
Ensure the essential material and people supports are in place to carry out those objectives

Goal setting and performance review

Our trainer will provide participants with new tools and skills to be able to set goals and review performance effectively and professionally. This training session can be modified to include or exclude modules. For a session to suit your teams needs contact us for more information.

Managing Poor Performance Training Summary

Would you like to address poor performance within the workplace effectively and gently. We can provide a session to motivate and increase potential. We discuss Psychological tools and tricks to get the most out of yourself and staff. If you would like this session to focus on helping your managerial team work assist poor performing individuals we are able to adapt the written content to do this. On the other hand if you have poor performing staff, the workbook can be customised to suit their needs and as trainers we conduct the session with a focus on increasing their performance.

With a range of different training options, content and methods, we can create something to suit you if the above objectives do not meet your needs. Pictures, questions and material will all be modified to suit training requirements and objectives.

Contact us to book your training in Canberra, Gold Coast, Sydney, Brisbane, Parramatta, Melbourne, Adelaide, Darwin, Perth

For more information on this training session and a free custom outline please call 1300 810 725