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  Strategies for Managing the Transition to Performance Mangt

Status: Frozen
Total items: 1
Date: 01/30/2013 thru 01/30/2013
Late Registration Deadline: 01/30/2013

Training Information:

Performance management promises better results, better information for making decisions, improved transparency, and enhanced accountability. The transition to performance management requires a culture change, not just the introduction of new practices. Further, as with any major organizational change, areas of resistance must be identified and overcome. Whether resistance stems from concerns about time, expertise or resources required, or skepticism about actual benefits, performance management practitioners have identified successful mitigation strategies. This webinar will focus on how to navigate the transition to a performance management culture and address common forms of resistance. Speakers will also discuss some of the typical "myths" and fears associated with performance management and will provide attendees with proven strategies for addressing them.

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