This course provides an introduction to the connection between individual performance and organizational achievement. Topics include aligning individual objectives with organizational objectives, motivation, performance appraisal, coaching, and rewarding successful performance.
- Contrast expectations of performance that reflect different countries and cultures.
- Evaluate the performance management processes that are common in different countries and cultures.
- Determine individual and group objectives necessary to achieve organizational objectives.
- Build the process for communicating expectations to individuals and groups.
- Specify the qualitative and quantitative means for assessing performance.
- Propose appropriate reward systems to support the achievement of the desired outcomes.
- Design a process for holding individuals and groups accountable for their performance levels.
- Evaluate the ethical issues associated with specific performance management decisions.
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