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Managing Team Performance

Length

2 weeks

Effort

3-5 hours/week

Format

100% online, self-paced

Course Overview

Most managers only think about performance once a year when they have to conduct annual appraisals for their direct reports, or when things are going poorly. This course equips managers to move beyond this approach and develop an ongoing and proactive developmental process that helps their employees to perform best in their jobs. When your people are performing well, you're performing well and your organization can succeed.

Who Should Enroll: This course is intended for new and lower-level managers with under three years of experience in a management role. Learners may come from every continent and industry and from a diverse range of organizations, including for profits large and small, NGOs, and governmental agencies.

Allison Elias
Course Author

Allison Elias
VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Cornell's Nolan School of Hotel Administration

Diane Burton
Course Author

Diane Burton
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Cornell's IRL School

Key Course Takeaways

  • Establish standards for productivity, processes, quality, conduct, and timeliness
  • Set appropriate performance goals with individual employees
  • Create an effective system of accountability
  • Enact sustainable performance-oriented management practices
  • Identify and remove performance barriers

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