Performance Management – HR’s role in encouraging high performance and managing performance concerns
The AHRI HR in Government Committee SA invites you to our next event, ‘Performance Management – HRs role in encouraging high performance and managing performance concerns’.
HR professionals can have a positive influence within their organisation in helping to create an environment where people can perform at their best, and also provide support and advice on managing performance concerns in a way that reduces risks to individuals and the organisation.
During this session, Natalie Hamood and Craig Stevens will speak about performance management in the public sector from a legal and HR perspective. Natalie and Craig will share their knowledge and expertise on how leaders can create an environment that leads to high performance and how to effectively manage performance concerns.
The session will provide you with knowledge about the contribution that HR can make to effective investigation and disciplinary processes.
Craig Stevens, Executive Solicitor, Crown Solicitors Officer
Natalie Hamood, Deputy Director, HR, University of South Australia
This forum is open for AHRI members and non members to attend. Registration is a 2-part process.
For AHRI members, linked organisational members, AHRI student members and non-members registration for this forum is free of charge to attend.
AHRI members & Non-members:
- Sign in with your username and password and click ‘REGISTER MYSELF’
- To finalise your registration, click ‘PROCEED TO CHECKOUT’, confirm all details are correct and click ‘SUBMIT ORDER’
You will receive an automatic email to confirm your registration.
*If you do not have an existing AHRI account, please select ‘create a new account’ and follow the prompts before following the registration steps above.
Registration closes Monday 3 April 2017
Enquiries: email the AHRI Events Team or phone 03 9918 9243
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