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Managing Employee Performance

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/20/10 By: Taylor Mulholland Brandon Dieterle And Jiana Escobar Managing Employee Performance
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3/20/10 Preview I. Managers Responsibility II. Training Programs III. Types of Learners IV. Appraisal of Employees V. Bad Performances VI. Activity
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3/20/10 Responsibility of a Manager Manager have to communicate their expectations before the work begins. Continual communication of expectation as the work progresses. Provide training when misunderstanding comes along.
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/20/10 Managerial Group Activity
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3/20/10 Training Programs Accessing employees performance is vital to shaping training programs that will be effective. The best training programs combine explanatory instruction, practical demonstrations, and hands-on experience. You must establish training objectives Depending on the objective the training session may need to be broken up so the employee can full retain information. Visual aids help those who are visual learners
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3/20/10 What To Remember When Designing Your Training Program People learn more quickly and retain longer material that they want to learn, that meets their needs, not necessarily the trainer’s.
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