(One-Day Programme)

Performance Management
in a Disruptive Environment

Date: 17 December 2020

Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm
(Registration commences at 8:30am)

Venue: SHRI New Premises @
137 Cecil Street, #09-08
Singapore 069537

Course Fee:
SHRI Members: S$360.00

Non-Members: S$400.00
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Course Overview

During an unprecedented season where many industries are struggling to stay afloat, needing to manage cost, the Performance Management Process (PMP) is often misunderstood and misused.   

With our extensive experience and observations with many organisations, we have found reasons for unsuccessful implementation of Performance Management Process which include lack of understanding organisational culture and its impact on PMP; core process elements not well executed; little or no top management ownership and role modelling; inconsistent application in recognition; managers not sufficiently trained in delivery and support; and no review on implementation effectiveness.

In this highly engaging programme it aims to answer these questions:

  • Is there a different approach in managing and delivering on performance in a disruptive environment?
  • How do we evaluate performance as we head towards the end of the year?
  • What is the basis of setting the right performance goals for the coming year?

We will work through real implementation issues when executing PMP through short presentations, group work and personal reflections.

Course Outline

  • Challenges in implementing Performance Management Process (PMP) in my organisation
  • Overview of the PMP and the intent of the stages of PMP
  • Contrast PMP in normal times vs disruption
  • Setting goals – Considerations and Application
  • Performance Evaluation – Scenario Discussions
  • Success factors in implementing PMP

Learning Outcome

  • Appreciate the causes of poor implementation of PMP in the organisation
  • Understand the philosophy and intent of the stages of the PMP
  • Discuss the approach to PMP in a disruptive environment
  • Use a simple 3 step approach in setting performance goals
  • Differentiate various factors and considerations in performance evaluation

Course Benefits

  • Deeper appreciation on the application of the PMP, in normal and disruptive times
  • Practical tips for easier workplace application

Target Learners

Managers, Business Leaders, HR Professionals

Learning Methodology/Course Delivery

  • Presentation
  • Small and large group discussions on real business scenarios
  • Individual Practice and Reflections

Award of Certificate

A certificate of Attendance will be awarded to participants who achieve a minimum of 75% attendance.

About the Trainer

Able Cheong

Able is an entrepreneur and seasoned management consultant. He is a specialist in instructional design and was the Practice Lead for Leadership Development with a global management consultancy. Able is known to be dynamic in his approach, engages in deep learning conversations, leverages on powerful facilitation techniques and has an excellent  track record in building capabilities of leaders to deliver results in their organisations. 

He has worked globally in cities such as Bangalore, Karachi, Ulaanbaatar, Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, London, New York and Sydney.

His industry expertise clients range from pharmaceutical, logistics, industrial, finance, education, F&B, telecommunications and technology.

He graduated with Master in Organisational Leadership (Distinction) from Monash University, Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) from Nanyang Technological University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from the National Institute of Education.  He is a certified Action Learning Coach with the World Institute of Action Learning (WIAL), and accredited in Korn Ferry’s diagnostics. Able also holds the Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA).

For further information, please contact (65) 64380012 or email [email protected]