Organisational Development Concepts
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Most managers would rather endure a colonoscopy than deliver a less-than-stellar performance review. And if an employee’s performance isn’t up to par, some managers quake in their boots at the thought of having to tell employee directly that his performance or behaviour isn’t acceptable. And if the problem is genuinely a personal one — like telling someone he’s got a bad case of body odor — most managers are at a total loss in finding the right words to say.
This is especially when every employee wakes up every day wanting to do their best. However, during the course of the performance period, different variables like changes in organization goals, micro & macro-economic conditions, market landscape and many more may create a shortfall in expectations between the appraising manager and employee.
The communication of the difference in expected outcome vs actual performance is common termed as a different dialogue or conversation. Without the right skills and the right mindset to manage such dialogue, managers often resort to delivering sugar coated feedback that are misunderstood, or delivering feedback that is hurtful and demoralising to the employee.
Avoidance of difficult dialogue will compound the problem and affect employee’s bonus & compensation, and also company’s overall financial health.
This 1-day workshop focused on equipping managers with the tools to manage the difficult dialogue that would enhance the performance of the individual and the team.
Recognise situations where difficult dialogue might occur
Identify different types of difficult dialogues
Identify and overcome the barrier to dealing difficult dialogue
Learn and apply an approach to handle difficult dialogue
Conduct a difficult dialogue practice
Situation where difficult dialogue might occurs
Barriers to dealing difficult dialogue
Approach of handling difficult dialogue
Develop a plan for a difficult dialogue
Practice conducting difficult dialogue for successful outcome
The workshop is design to equip participants with practical skills for interviewing and selection and learning is centred around interactive, activity-based, experiential and accelerated learning. Participants will be fully engaged for optimal learning and maximum results.
1 Day (8 hours)