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The Truth About Performance Appraisals - But What To Do Instead?

  • Friday, April 27, 2012
  • 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM
  • St. Mary's Hospital, 700 South Park St., Conference Center Bay 1, Madison, WI, 53715
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The Truth About Performance Appraisals- But What To Do Instead?

Facilitators

Marilyn Westmas, SPHR

Steve King, SPHR

Date & Location

Friday, April 27th, 2012

St Mary's Hospital
700 South Park St.
Conference Center Bay 1
Madison, WI 53715

Registration, Networking & Continental Breakfast begin at 7:30 AM
Program runs from 8:00-10:00 AM

Cost

ASTD SCWC Members - $25.00
Non-Member Guests - $35.00

Presentation Description

The goal is to improve performance in our organizations, but are performance appraisals helping us get there?

During this interactive workshop, Marilyn Westmas and Steve King will dive into the performance management research, highlight the evidence that has been collected (hint:  it’s overwhelmingly against the effectiveness of performance appraisals!) and facilitate a discussion about what we, as training and OD professionals, can do about it.  

Many of us are “stuck” with systems and processes that we didn’t create and wouldn’t have created, but that doesn’t mean we can’t forge ahead into the land of effective performance.   Together, we’ll explore some options, and as participants, you’ll walk away with some new and practical ideas to help achieve your organization’s performance goals.

 

About the Presenters

Marilyn Westmas is currently the Organizational Capability Manager at CDW and Steve King is the Organizational Development Manager at St. Mary's Hospital.  Collectively, Marilyn and Steve have a wealth of experience in several organizations dealing with a range of performance management processes.

 

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