Thursday, July 19 | 2:15PM–3:45PM | Robert E. Perry, Third Floor
Overview of the basic concepts of performance management with suggested techniques for handling performance appraisals, establishing professional development plans for staff, handling difficult performance management issues, and motivating IT professionals.
Define "Performance Management" in the context of overall management and understand the performance management "life-cycle".
Consider what resources can help them manage more effectively and how to use them
Develop SMART goals and understand how to use them in performance management
Use real-life examples as case studies and practice providing effective feedback
Recognize there are multiple perspectives on and approaches to performance problems
Recognize hiring strategies as a pre-cursor to performance management
Chief Operating Officer, Road Scholar
Associate Vice Chancellor for IT & CIO, University of California, Berkeley