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Prioritisation and Performance Management

Jeremy Francis and Martyn Laycock

Participants will be able to understand how trends within their part of the organisation are creating changes in their job role - understand how organisations achieve success and the part that vision, objectives and strategy play in achieving success - use a Balanced Scorecard approach to obtain a balanced focus on key objectives - understand the key elements of strategic thinking and link them to creating local strategies aligned with overall organisation strategies - understand the best practices of Effective Resource Allocation - understand the importance of Performance Management in delivering an organisation’s objectives - Understand the link of Performance Management to Competencies and the creation of a Learning and Development Environment - use a seven step Performance Management Process - describe Performance Measures for different aspects of a person’s performance - reflect on their use of Performance Management Practices - improve their People Management and Development skills.

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