Did the student provide you with information from manager? Did the student help you to achieve goals by overcoming issues with achieving activities on performance plan?
6). Write a report for your manager on resolution of team performance issues:a.Describe how you maintained an open communication process between stakeholders (manager, team). Behavioral expectationsNext, specifically describe the improvement that you expect and what “good performance” will look like. For example, don’t just ask the employee to “be more cooperative” – tell him specifically how, when, and with whom he is expected to cooperate. Give examples to illustrate your points. Make it clear that these changes need to take place immediately.
Clear consequences If poor performance continues, then something unpleasant needs to happen to the employee. Before this conversation, you should have agreed with your own boss on what these consequences will be. Consequences can range from a change in work assignment to a demotion to termination. Tell the employee exactly what will happen next if he fails to improve. Decision to change Must now ask the employee to make a decision: is she able and willing to change her behavior? This is not a rhetorical question or a gimmick. She really needs to consider whether change is possible. If necessary, she can think about it overnight and give you her decision the following day. If she decides that change is not possible, then she should be given a period of time in which to find another job. Employee involvement If the employee agrees to change, then she needs to create an action plan.
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