Check in time – 5.30 pm
Session start – 6.00 pm
Session finish – 7.30 pm
Enter 345 George Street and proceed directly up the escalator where you will be met at the lifts and swiped up to Level 5.
Performance Management That Doesn’t Suck
Get the best out of your team by unlearning everything you were taught about
It’s widely recognised that annual reviews are ineffective for developing high performance
teams and there is a global trend of dumping them. The new approach is for continuous
performance development, but HR leaders have been left with the big challenge of
implementing this new way consistently across organisational teams.
Modern performance management isn’t a once a year process. It’s an ongoing, employee
driven way of working that engages and empowers employees through a modern
Find out how innovative companies avoid the use of control and how they empower their
employee’s performance from the ground up, and truly help them to succeed. Learn how
to create an environment where individuals are engaged, aligned and motivated to be
their best. With this new approach you’ll have happier employees, retain them longer and
build performance faster.
This presentation will cover:
- How often should performance reviews be done
- Why performance reviews are broken
- How the best companies lift employee performance
- How leading and lagging indicators play into performance reviews
There will be structured networking from 5.30pm with the presentations starting at 6.00pm
sharp. This will be followed by facilitated table discussions around the topic for a 7.30pm
Our L&D Network theme for this year is “Thinking differently about L&D” so if you’re a
professional who is interested in innovative ways to develop your people for high
performance come along. You will not only hear from guest speakers who are leaders
their respective fields, but will also enjoy the time and space to have (facilitated and ad
hoc!) discussions with like-minded professionals to share ideas and experiences around how to apply these ideas back at work.
Speaker: Mark Lewis, CEO & Cofounder, Crewmojo
Mark is a people focused entrepreneur with a passion and curiosity for discovering new
approaches to traditional ways. He says "It feels like the corporate world has been mostly
focused on process efficiency for the last 40 years and in a talent economy we now have
to focus on the biggest impact of all - developing our people."
This forum is supported by:
Mark was previously co-founder and CEO of IP Payments, Australia’s leading payment
gateway that was acquired by Private Equity in 2015. He has experience building highly
engaged teams and a continued thirst for learning novel ways to lead great people. Mark
has an Engineering background, loves a practical joke and his weird dance moves are a must-see.
You will receive an automatic email and receipt to confirm your registration.
Registration closes Monday 17 June 2019
Enquiries: email the AHRI CPD Events Team or phone 03 9918 9243
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