Management Skills: How to Monitor Employee Performance

employee performanceCould the managers in your organisation use some help in learning how to monitor employee performance?

You will know that research tells us that clear objectives with effective measures can improve employee performance by over 30%. You probably also know that monitoring employee performance is the most effective way to measure that performance. But do the managers in your business have the tools and techniques they need to effectively monitor performance and involve their employees in that monitoring?

If your managers need to learn some new techniques for monitoring employee performance why not check out my kindle book where they can

Learn in Just 10 Minutes… How to Monitor Employee Performance

This book is for managers who want a proven step-by-step guide to monitoring employee performance – and who only have 10 minutes to read it!

Check it out on Amazon US HERE and Amazon UK HERE

There are only 5 steps to effectively monitoring employee performance and in this book I show how to do each of them. Managers will learn how to:

Step 1. Get clear on what they are monitoring: a simple, three part exercise to ensure they are monitoring the important elements of their employee’s performance

Step 2. Identify easy and effective monitoring methods for:

• The numbers part of the job (the quantifiable)

• The behavioural part of the job

And get answers to the three key questions that stop managers monitoring performance

Step 3. Involve their employee in monitoring their own performance (and find out why this is such a brilliant idea)

Step 4. Design a monitoring plan

Step 5. Monitor the elements of performance that just cannot be planned – the ‘opportunistic’ approach

Why Monitor Employee Performance?

Because not only does monitoring and measuring performance actually improve that performance, but by monitoring performance managers:

• Gather the information they need to give performance feedback which is accurate, objective and balanced – the type of feedback that employees want more of because they find it constructive and motivational

• Demonstrate to their employees how important they consider their work to be and how much they value their contribution to the business

So, by monitoring performance managers can improve employee performance, give feedback on that performance and show the employee how much they value them and their performance

Is it time for the managers in your business to learn some new techniques for monitoring employee performance?

Yes? Then for the price of a cup of coffee (and the time it takes to drink it) the managers in your organisation could get started on learning how to monitor employee performance TODAY by clicking for Amazon US HERE and Amazon UK HERE

 

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