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august, 2021

202119aug2:00 pm3:00 pmWebinar: Performance Management 3 success and failure2:00 pm - 3:00 pm(GMT+10:00) View in my timeOnline Event Organized By: The Australian Health Industry Group Discipline:BusinessFormat:Online

Event Details

Course Description

Performance management and review of performance is usually a positive process within the workplace.  The process exists for all employees and when done well both employee and workplace achieve success.  
When employee under performance occurs, there is an opportunity to explore why a process works for one and not another, its an opportunity to the assist employee to achieve their work goals.
If an employee consistently fails to meet the agreed performance standard, an employee may be diverted from the performance management process to a disciplinary process.
In every workplace, it is important to celebrate success and to action failure. 

During this webinar we will discuss…

– ways to celebrate success in the workplace
– how to implement a PIP 
– difference between performance management and disciplinary process
– why performance management is not bullying in the workplace
– legislative requirements for formal disciplinary process

This webinar is #3 of our Master Performance Management Series, for information on the complete series go to: www.ahig.com.au/training

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Speakers for this event

  • David Wenban

    David Wenban

    Managing Director of the Australian Health Industry Group

    David is Managing Director of the Australian Health Industry Group which advises the Community, Health and Business Services sectors on HR, IR, legal and management issues. Using his formal clinical, management and legal qualifications and experience in the health sector David provides concise and pragmatic advice. His past roles include working as the CEO of a small rural health service, Executive and Corporate Counsel of a large metropolitan health service and Legal and Management Consulting throughout Australia. David's special areas of practice are administrative law, information technology, contract and commercial law, disciplinary tribunals, employment and industrial law, equal opportunity, governance, internal audits, occupational health and safety, workcover, risk management and strategic planning. David's simple pragmatic approach, combined with real life examples, makes his training sessions informative and thought provoking.

    Managing Director of the Australian Health Industry Group

Organizer

The Australian Health Industry GroupThe Australian Health Industry Group (AHIG), is an independent management and consulting group that utilises its industry expertise, intellectual rigour and strength to assist its clients to solve complex business problems by delivering pragmatic outcomes that matter. Our company was created in direct response to an identified need within the health sector for a quality and competitively priced management and consulting service which understands the environment and focuses on the sector’s unique needs. We employ leading thinkers and specialists to provide independent analysis and advice to businesses in the health, welfare, disability and community health sectors where our innovative solutions focus on the operational performance of our clients. Our team, boosted through affiliations with complementary organisations, is comprised of individuals with a wealth of skills in finance, operations, people management, technology and strategic thinking, who provide a broad array of services to the sector. Our services focus on understanding our client’s needs and developing practical bespoke solutions which give tangible results. Our services cover the entire employee life cycle from talent attraction, development and management through to outplacement. We help our clients to effectively reduce some of the major costs of managing a modern workforce without compromising quality. Unit 7 / 19 Norwood Cresent Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039, Australia

Time

(Thursday) 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm(GMT+10:00) View in my time

Location

Online

Price

NON-MEMBER $80.00 and MEMBER $40.00

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