Effective  Performance Management


2 days

  • 05 – 07 August 2024

Swiss-Belinn Simatupang, Jakarta


As we know, each individual employee is an integral part of an organization. Each plays his/her role towards the total performance of the organization. The success and progress of the organization rides on the success and progress of its people. The continuous management of the performance of an individual and the organization is the answer to a successful partnership between the individual and the organization.


After attending this program, participants will be better able to set and implement process or set of processes for establishing shared understanding about what is to be achieved, and managing and developing people in a way which increases the probability that it will be achieved in the short- and longer term.

  • Concept of people performance management
  • The link between culture and performance
  • Performance management methodologies & tools
  • The Link of people competencies with performance
  • Setting performance objectives
  • Preparing performance plans
  • Motivating people to deliver optimum performance
  • Measuring and monitoring  performance
  • Assessing performance
  • Conducting performance appraisal sessions
  • Handling disagreements
  • Creating a personal training and development plan
  • Linking people performance with T&D, C&B and other related issues
  • Pitfalls in people performance management and how to avoid and deal with them

A proper mix of lectures, Q&A, sharing, discussions, individual & group exercises and case studies.

  • HR Directors & HR Managers
  • All other Directors & Managers who have to provide significant contributions in managing the performance
  • Senior HR Specialists
  • Rp 5.000.000,- per person
  • Excluding VAT
  • Including a certificate, refreshments, lunch, stationery and writing instruments

If you wish to attend, kindly complete and submit the registration form below Course Registration Jakarta
Jakarta - Indonesia



  • The non-communicative person. Ask open questions that force him to explain what he thinks.
  • The person who doesn’t listen. Ask him to repeat what you just said to see if he got it right.
  • The daydreamer. Give him a task to share with someone else so he’s constantly on his toes. Don’t give him monotonous work.
  • The loner. This person may be more comfortable talking on the phone than face-to-face. Exploit his talent for detailed, independent work on long-term projects.
  • The secretive person. Make requests for information very specific and put it in writing.
  • The sulker. Hear out him complaints, but don’t give in just because he seems unhappy. If given the silent treatment, ask a question and wait for the response so he is forced to answer you.
  • The over-sensitive. Never make a critical remark about their work in front of other people. Build up their self-confidence by offering positive comments more than negative ones.
  • The martyr. Don’t allow him to take on so much work. Have a private talk and point out your concern for his health, and that he shouldn’t stress himself out.

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