Introduction and Course Overview
Performance reviews are an essential component of treating people with whom we work as ministry professionals. Unless we can provide honest and specific feedback to our employees and co-workers, we are not showing proper professional respect AND the ministry we are called to serve suffers. In addition, the people we care called to lead don’t improve (or if they do, it’s in spite of us rather than because of us). Conducting effective performance reviews should be intentional, proactive, helpful, and interactive. Great performance reviews should ideally help the individual achieve their career goals AND advance the ministry toward accomplishing the mission. Learning to give great performance reviews is an important skill that will help both individuals and the organization they serve grow.
The Creating Effective Performance Reviews workshop will feature:
- Learning the importance of performance appraisal process
- Understand how to work with those who report to you to set performance standards and goals
- Develop skills in observing and giving feedback, listening and asking questions, for improved performance
- Identify an effective interview process and have the opportunity to practice the process in a supportive atmosphere
- Develop strategies for managing performance
- Avoiding the human rating errors
- Documenting performance
- Performance feedback and coaching
- The Performance Management Process
- The Performance Management Cycle
- Effective goal-setting
- Developing an interview format
- The appraisal as a two-way process
- Appreciative Inquiry – asking good questions
- Managing employee performance
- How to fire someone
- Accepting criticism
- The Three-Month Challenge
About Booking this Workshop:
This workshop can be presented ONLINE (and live) or ONSITE. This workshop will be customized for your ministry to accomplish your objectives.
Initial Consultation (by one representative or by whole team)- No Charge
Let’s talk about ways to establish peak ministry performance!
Teams of 2 – $125 per contact hour/session
Teams of 3 to 7 – $50 per person per session
Teams greater than 7, let’s talk.
ONSITE Workshops are negotiated according to several variables such as: level of detail required, number of days onsite required, materials desired (such as workbooks for each participant), any special needs/accommodations. Additionally, the organization is expected to pay for travel and lodging (if necessary).
Contact Phil Pledger: Phil@TheHigherCallingCoach.com