What the Useful Guide includes:
- Your role as the manager of your direct reports.
- The importance of the psychological contract between you and your direct reports.
- why SMART objectives may not be smart.
- why CARMOST objectives are better than SMART objectives.
- how to craft and monitor CARMOST objectives.
- why WARB is the most important acronym you can use when managing your direct reports.
- why you need to be thinking about WARB all the time.
- how to turn WARB “No’s into ‘Yes’s and maximise the likelihood of your direct reports achieving their objectives.
- giving and receiving feedback.
- how to run 1:1 meetings with your direct reports.
- how to run your appraisal meetings.
Upon completion you will be able to:
- maximise the likelihood of your direct reports achieving their objectives.
- deal effectively with ‘great performers’.
- deal effectively with ‘poor performers’.
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