COURS E NAME: EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION (EPE)
COURS E BMS4002
PURPOS E: Do you put off doing performance appraisals? Would you like to conduct
stress-free performance appraisals that will improve behaviors and obtain
continued improvement of employee job performance? Learn how to make the
performance evaluation process an effective planning, communication, and
evaluation tool for you.
LEARNING Upon active participation in this training event:
Obtain a working knowledge of the EPE guidelines and software
Understand the roles and responsibilities of the employee, supervisor , and
reviewing authority in the evaluation process
Become more proficient in writing clear, measurable goals, and standards
Know how to conduct coaching sessions, performance reviews, and
employee development discussions with employees
CONTENT: This course focuses on developing Employee Performance Evaluation plans
providing employees with clear and measurable goals and standards and
evaluating employees on the goals, objectives, and performance factors
contained in the plan.
METHODS: The course provides you with must-have informational material on how to use
of the City of Houston’s Employee Performance Evaluation (EPE) process.
This class begins with an invigorating discussion of the employee performance
review process and any concerns you may have regarding its application. In
addition to a review/ discussion of the Performance Impact software, the
instruction will involve a PowerPoint presentation with an interactive discussion
of the EPE Guidelines, group exercises on goal setting , and establishing
meaningful standards of measurement. Through role-playing instructional
techniques, learn how to conduct coaching and performance review/employee
development discussions with employees. You will have the opportunity to
discuss problem situations and ask questions.
NUMBER OF 7 Hours / 1 Session
TIME: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
CITY CHARGE: $35
NON-CITY Not offered externally
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AUDI ENCE: Managers and Supervisors
PREREQUISITES : None
CREDIT(S): 0.7 CEUs
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