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Friday, July 06, 2018

New Performance Development Training Course released in partnership with University College London | FE News

"Marshall E-Learning Consultancy, the leading diversity and equality e-learning provider, today announces the launch of its Performance Development training course. Created in partnership with University College London (UCL), the course focuses on coaching conversations and career development" inform Ben Matthews.

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Performance Development training is a highly topical area for most organisations. According to research firm Gallup, only 29% of employees agree that the performance reviews they receive are fair, and just 26% agree that they are accurate.

The Performance Development online package is a resource intended to be used in a blended learning course design and contains video content to breathe life into the subject in a creative and engaging way. Combining this audio-visual content filmed on the University’s campus, with tailored material for specific staff groups means the resource – is highly flexible without sacrificing the importance of the course’s messages.

About the Appraisals and One-to-Ones Course

Section One – Appraisals and One-to-Ones: Welcome  

This section gives an overview of the course and outlines why staff engagements such as these are so important. 
  • Why it matters, including staff motivation and work engagement
  • The appraisal conversation
  • Wellbeing
  • Goal setting
Section Two – Coaching Conversations  

In this section the course explores the best practice for coaching conversations and the styles which are most effective. 
  • The GROW model
  • The coaching spectrum
  • Coaching styles
Section Three – Career Development  

Focusing on career development, within this section the course delves into the roles each staff member should be playing. 

Section Four – Video scenarios  

The final part of the course uses nuanced video scenarios to visualise the topics explored earlier on and highlight the differences in effectiveness between the right and wrong approaches to appraisals and one-to-ones. 
  • Scenario One: coaching-style conversation
  • Scenario Two: having a difficult conversation
For more information visit the Performance Development training course

Source: FE News

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