“Successful performance management is not just changing the way performance interactions are conducted. Rather, performance management is creating a cultural shift that positively impacts how people work and how they work together. ”
effort out of a worker yet if you asked most supervisors what their biggest challenge is they would likely say “motivation – I need to do something that will encourage people to work harder, or feel better about the work they do”.
With increased global pressure, the advent of new technologies and the quest for greater efficiency, the workplace must be managed to ensure those who do the required work can be achieving high levels of production while feeling a sense of personal satisfaction in the process. Done well, performance management can be effective in unleashing the employee to take full responsibility for their role and perform at a high level.
Our approach to Performance Management
Development and implementation of Performance Management Processes including; approach to performance management, and tools of performance management that align roles and responsibilities to the organizations; Vision and Goals, Strategic Priorities, Core Strategies and Strategic Actions.
Skill development for managers and leaders in using performance managements processes and tools that align roles and responsibilities to the organizations; Vision and Goals, Strategic Priorities, Core Strategies and Strategic Actions.
Skill development for managers and leaders in implementing performance management conversations with direct reports that will enable and empower individuals to achieve high levels of performance. KESA uses its unique Triage Leadership ™, which supports assessment and use of the right approach to leadership for the specific situation.
Alignment of rewards and recognition for employees that support performance and heighten engagement.
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