During 2020, the world had to suddenly switch to remote working and this presented a whole new set of concerns and challenges to those businesses who had been resistant. However, counter to expectations, many found that their staff were happier overall and more productive. Some individuals and organisations thrived, while others struggled, and the difference all came down to one thing – the leadership style of people and performance managers. So, how can we ensure our virtual people and performance management best practices are adhered to by our managers?
Certainly, our aspiration is for everyone to perform at their best. However, in these strange socially-distanced times we need to re-think the importance and style of people management. The PERFORM model can help us to do just that. Created by CEO of Actus Lucinda Carney, the model was inspired by survey results conducted with people professionals, which indicated where the biggest performance management skill gaps lay. In this e-book, we will explore how you can utilise the PERFORM model as outlined below:
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If you are really serious about honing your remote management skills then why not attend our Virtual Management Training Programme? The Virtual Management training course consists of 4 modules that provide the tools for managers to successfully navigate virtual people management by covering key topics such as well-being, trust, and motivation and how to handle underperformance within a virtual environment. To find out more about our popular training programme, click on the button below.
We also run train the trainer and in-house programmes upon request. If want to get in touch with the team to discuss Speaking, Consultancy, or to learn more about the available training courses, you can contact us here.
Finally, part of our ethos is to help build a better workplace for people, whatever their location. We achieve this through great performance management software, the HR Uprising Podcast, and a variety of free thought leadership resources. Therefore, if you would like to learn more about this topic, you can find some additional resources using the buttons below.
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